Anti-oxidant foods contribute to preventing chronic health conditions

downloadAnti-oxidant food contributes to reducing oxidative stress which causes coronary artery disease. The relationship between vegetables and fruit with specific anti-oxidant content has been investigated in many studies revealing a reduced risk of chronic diseases. Caretonoids and polyphenols are inversely associated with chronic artery disease and mortality is increased with beta carotene and Vitamin C and E.

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Chocolate lowers heart disease and stroke risk

darkchocolate1 (1)A new study, published in the Heart journal, has specified that consuming 100 g of chocolate every day is linked to lowered heart disease and stroke risk.

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