For the men: Multivitamins can keep heart disease at bay
|For the men: Multivitamins can keep heart disease at bay||Darrell Miller||05/09/19|
May 09, 2019 09:51 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: For the men: Multivitamins can keep heart disease at bay
When one gets insufficient nutrients from the diet, taking multivitamins can be a healthy way to improve this. A recent study has shown that men who take multivitamins a lot are less prone to diseases related to the heart such as stroke and even death related to cardiovascular diseases. But how can cardiovascular diseases be prevented using multivitamins? There are few studies in this direction although a lot of studies have been done on the health benefits of multivitamins. That is why a team of researchers in the US embarked on a study of the incidence of multivitamin usage on major cardiovascular diseases like stroke, heart attack, and cardiovascular death. The study was a long term prospective study. The study was conducted between 1982 and 1995 using 18,530 healthy men that were aged from 40 years and above who the researchers followed. The participants reported their lifestyle habits and as well as their intake of certain foods. Throughout the follow up study, there were only 1,697 reported cases of cardiovascular diseases. This made the researchers to conclude that taking multivitamins means a reduced risk to cardiovascular diseases. It is then appropriate for one to choose the right kind of supplements to improve the diet.
- When one suspects that he is not getting the full nutrients that his body needs on a daily basis, taking quality multivitamins is necessary.
- According to a recent study that was done on multivitamins, men who have taken them for a long time have lower risks of stroke and cardiovascular diseases.
- Many persons know of the important role of multivitamins in improving and maintaining health, but little research has been done on its role on cardiovascular disease.
"In conducting the study, the research team followed 18,530 healthy men aged 40 years old or over from 1982 to 1995. The participants were initially enrolled from the Physicians’ Health Study I cohort"
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-16-multivitamins-keep-heart-disease-at-bay.html