Monday, August 10, 2015

Vitamin C Reduce Heart Disease Risk

Increasing human ACTIVITIES increase the likelihood of heart disease. However, there is an easy way to avoid the disease. Info healthier life this time to discuss the benefits of vitamin C to prevent heart disease.

Research by Danish scientists reveal new facts about vitamin C. They say that intake of vitamin C in large quantities can reduce the risk of heart disease. This is due to the high vitamin C antioxidants that are beneficial for human organs, including the heart.

"People who eat fruits and vegetables (vitamin C) regularly have a lower risk of heart disease. For those who do not like eating fruits and vegetables, they are 20 percent greater risk of heart disease, "said a doctor from Herlev and GentofteHospital, Dr. Kobylecki Camilla.

Quoted from Medicaldaily, the content of vitamin C in the blood can help the heart and reduce the risk of heart disease. Many fruits that contain vitamin C, such as oranges, guava, longan, apples, and papayas. Besides fruits, some vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage also contains a lot of vitamin C.

The study also refuted the notion too much intake of vitamin C will cause new diseases in the body.

Dr. Kobylecki said that excess vitamin C in the body is automatically released through the urine. It prevents the buildup of vitamin C in the body

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