Eat more fruits to re­duce risk of heart at­tack, stroke

Fiji Sun - - Sun Spectrum -

A fruit a day can keep heart dis­eases at bay, a new study has found, adding that peo­ple who eat fresh fruit reg­u­larly are less prone to a heart at­tack or stroke than peo­ple who rarely eat fresh fruit. The re­sults of the in­ter­na­tional study in­di­cated that a 100g por­tion of fruit per day re­duced about one-third of death by heart re­lated dis­eases in both men and women.

100g por­tion of fruit per day can re­duce about one-third of death by heart re­lated dis­eases in

both men and women.

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