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Sunday, September 25, 2005
Health Alert from NewsMax.com
Wine, Chocolate Can Reduce Heart Disease
A diet that includes chocolate and red wine can cut a person's risk of heart disease by 78 percent, according to scientists in Australia and the Netherlands.
The diet focuses on seven food items that have been shown to reduce cholesterol and lower blood pressure, and calls for the consumption of:
In a paper published in the British Medical Journal, scientists say that if all these foods are combined in a diet they will lower the risk of heart disease by 78 percent and give men an extra six years of life and an extra nine years free from heart disease.
For women, the diet would provide an extra 4.8 years of life and an extra eight years without heart disease, The Daily Telegraph in Australia reports.
The scientists said you can boost the diet's effectiveness by adding olive oil, soybeans, tomatoes, oat bran, nuts, tea and chickpeas.