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Energy drinks trigger heart events

Energy drinks can trigger serious heart reactions in people who unknowingly have genetic heart conditions. A heart condition which affects one in every 2000 people can be triggered by the drinks causing their hearts to...

Cocoa flavanols good for the heart

Cacao

Cacao beans

Cocoa before bed might be more than a comforting, warming drink.

Cocoa flavanols improve cardiovascular function and so lessen the burden on the heart that comes with ageing and stiffening of the arteries.

The flavanols also reduce the risk of developing heart disease, the world’s number one killer.

Pomegranates and dates fight heart disease

Pomegranates

Pomegranates

Pomegranate juice and a handful of sticky dates every day are a winning combination in the fight against heart disease.

Just half a glass of the red pomegranate juice with the dates is enough.

Researchers at the Technion –Israel Institute of Technology, led by Prof Michael Aviram have discovered that the combination provides maximum protection against atherosclerosis – the plaque build up which hardens the arteries – which can lead to heart attack or stroke.