“These data provide strong support to eat more fruit juice as a daily consumption to reduce the risk of ischemic stroke,” says study leader Aedin Cassidy, head of nutrition at the Norwich School of Medicine, the University of East Anglia, England.
Never underestimate an apple. In addition to sweet, apples are also high in vitamins, minerals and other elements such as phytochemicals, fiber, tannins, Baron, acid calculus, and others that is essential for the body to prevent and fight various diseases.
A recent study published in the Journal Stroke claim, those who eat fruits, vegetables and dairy products are rich in potassium have a lower risk of stroke than those who received less than the intake of these minerals.
The results are based on the results of an analysis of 10 international studies involving over 200,000 volunteers and middle-aged adults.