By Stephen Daniells, 25-May-2012 Long-term supplementation with a combination of selenium and co-enzyme Q10 may decrease cardiovascular mortality by about 6%, according to a new study from Sweden with ‘results...
By Stephen Daniells, 30-May-2012 Supplements of B vitamins may reduce the risk of stroke by about 12%, according to a new meta-analysis published in Clinical Nutrition. http://www.nutraingredients.com/Health/Cardiovascular-health/B-vitamins-may-reduce-stroke-risk-Meta-analysis
By Nathan Gray, 04-Jun-2012 Consumption of dark chocolate could help to shrink the risk of heart disease in people with metabolic syndrome, according to new scientific data. http://www.nutraingredients.com/Health/Cardiovascular-health/Dark-chocolate-consumption-linked-with-heart-benefits
By Stephen Daniells, 06-Jun-2012 Daily supplements containing folic acid may reduce hardening of the arteries and counter the development of atherosclerosis, suggests a new meta-analysis by Chinese scientists. http://www.nutraingredients.com/Health/Cardiovascular-health/Folic-acid-supplements-may-slow-artery-hardening-Study