A plate of spaghetti with tomato sauce reduces risk of stroke

Scientists from universities in the United States found that the portion of spaghetti with tomato sauce with salad is an excellent tool for the prevention of cardiovascular disease, particularly stroke. Researchers found that people who eat lots of foods rich in fiber, less likely to suffer from stroke. It should be noted that each used product with high fiber content reduces by 7% the risk of stroke.

Previous research has established that fiber helps lower high blood pressure and high levels of "bad" cholesterol. In the new study found that daily consumption of seven grams of fiber per seven percent reduces the risk of stroke. If in addition to the consumption of foods with fiber people to lead a healthy lifestyle (not Smoking, lose weight and pressure), such food can play a key role in the prevention of stroke. Recall that most of the fiber is found in fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, etc.

In the latter study it was also found that people who consume large quantities of insoluble fiber (grains, fruit and vegetable peels), have lower blood pressure, and also have a lower body weight, while hypertension and obesity are the first causes of stroke.

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