Eating 400 to 600 milligrams of Flavanols daily reduces the risk of heart disease

British experts have said that a compound called flavanols, already known in apples has been revealed that it can be important in preventing heart disease.

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The name of this chemical compound (compound) is flavanols, which is also found in grapes, apples, berries, and black tea. Apples have shown that a compound, not a vitamin, is more important than a vitamin. However, further research is underway, and the guiding limitations of its use are being considered.

Dr Gunter Kinley, from the University of Reading in the UK, said that eating 400 to 600 milligrams of Flavanols daily reduces the risk of heart disease, which is equivalent to several cups of tea. However, this apple is also found in purple and red berries. It’s common even in dark-colored chocolate.

Experts have released the dose of the compound after a lot of research, for which 157 clinical trials and 15 studies have been included. All the surveys show that Flavanols protects the heart and increases blood flow as well as controls cholesterol and sugar. However, it can have different effects on different people.

Experts have said that it is better to get Flay Van 3 OLS from the diet because its tablets and supplements have caused many problems. If its dose increases, the liver can be affected and digestive complications can arise.

Cleaning teeth 3 times a day protects against heart disease

Experts say that cleaning teeth at least three times a day can reduce the risk of heart disease by up to 10 percent.

 

A recent study by Ehua Women’s University in Seoul, South Korea, has shown that cleaning teeth three times a day is directly associated with a reduction in the risk of heart disease.

Experts said that cleaning teeth reduces the risk of ‘atrial fibrillation’, which affects the heartbeat.

Dr Tai Jinsong, senior author of the study, said: “We studied a large group over a long period of time, which gave us the best results.

 

Experts said that by cleaning the teeth several times, the germs present in the teeth, gums and mouth are reduced, after which these germs do not enter the blood through the mouth.

 

Earlier, South Korean scientists studied 161,000 people between the ages of 40 and 79 to examine the link between oral health and heart disease.

Is eating eggs daily good or bad for heart

Are eggs good for health?
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There has been a long debate about whether eating an egg daily is good or bad for the heart, but now there is some evidence that eating one egg a day is good for the heart and can cure heart disease.

According to a report published in the research journal E-Life, eating one egg a day can be good for the heart. There is a decrease in the biomarkers that cause, but experts said more research is needed.
Now, scientists at Peking University have conducted a new study in this regard which can be called a survey.

He looked at the data of 4778 people in the Biobank of China, of whom 3401 had heart disease and the remaining 1377 were healthy.

Scientists took 225 metabolites (plasma metabolite chemicals) and plasma into their bloodstream with a relatively new technology called ‘targeted nuclear magnetic resonance’. All of these items were extracted from blood. It was found that 24 identified metabolites were associated with eating eggs and the participants also confessed to eating eggs.

People who ate eggs had more protein in their body, which is a major component of HDL cholesterol and is called ‘good’ cholesterol.
Then there were those who did not eat eggs or ate less, but their number of useful metabolites in the body was low and those who ate eggs were found to have a lot of them.

Excessive consumption of red meat can lead to heart disease

If you love to eat red meat, this habit can lead to life-threatening heart disease. This was revealed in a medical study conducted in the United States.

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The Cleveland Clinic study found that fat and cholesterol in red meat are harmful to the arteries of the heart, but bacteria in the stomach also play a role.

The study provided evidence that there is a link between bacteria in the stomach and a compound called TMAO, which increases the risk of heart attack and stroke in people who eat a lot of red meat.

TMAO (or trimethylamine N-oxide) is a metabolite produced by gut bacteria. Briefly, nutrients such as phosphatidylcholine (also known as lecithin), choline, and L-carnitine are abundant in animal-derived products such as red meat, egg yolk and full-fat dairy products.

There are trillions of bacteria in our gut, most of which are harmless but also play a role in health.

These bacteria work to make certain compounds, one of which is TMAO, which is produced by a specific type of bacteria with the help of 3 nutrients which are abundant in red meat and liver.

The study found that high levels of TMAO in the body indicate an increased risk of heart attack, stroke and death.

Research has shown that people who eat a lot of red meat have a 2 to 3 thirds increase in TMAO levels within a month.

But the good news is that this effect can be reversed and research has shown that reducing the amount of red meat in the diet can reduce TMAO levels to a healthy level in 3 to 4 weeks.

“We know that lifestyle factors are very important for the health of coronary arteries and the results provide further evidence that reducing the level of TMAO can reduce the risk of heart disease,” the researchers said.

The results of the study were published in the medical journal Nature Microbiology.

Earlier, in February 2020, a joint study by Northwestern Medicine University and Cornell University in the United States found that consumption of red and processed meat increased the risk of heart disease and death.

Research has found that consuming red meat, processed meat or chicken (not fish) just twice a week can increase the risk of coronary heart disease by 3 to 7%.

Similarly, eating red or processed meat (not chicken or fish) twice a week increases the risk of death from any cause by 3%.

Researchers say that while this may seem like a small difference, reducing the consumption of red meat and processed meat can be beneficial to health, and it has already been shown that eating more red meat causes other medical problems, such as cancer. Can become

He said that precautionary measures in the use of animal protein foods could help reduce the risk of heart disease and premature death.

The study, published in the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine, found that there was a link between coronary heart disease and death.

He said that fish, seafood and vegetable varieties like protein like nuts and pulses are the best alternatives to meat.