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New Research Reveals That Green Tea May Reduce Stroke Risk, Making Products Such As In Liproxenol Not Only Beneficial For Weight Loss But Also For Overall Health
Date:4/16/2013

Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) April 16, 2013

Green tea has long been touted for the many positive health benefits it contains. However, newly released research confirms that one of the advantages of making it a regular part of your diet is a lower risk of stroke, making weight loss supplements like Liproxenol valuable for overall health and wellness, in addition to the health advantages its users get simply by losing excess weight.

On March 14, 2013, Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association published findings of a study they conducted on 82,369 Japanese subjects between the ages of 45-74 who had no personal history of cardiovascular disease or cancer. They followed the participants over the course of 13 years, having them complete questionnaires which addressed their coffee and green tea consumption.

During that time, they also followed medical conditions that occurred in the subjects, specifically strokes and coronary heart disease. What they discovered is that those who drank green tea on a regular basis had fewer stroke related issues although their incidences of heart disease remained relatively unaffected.

Researchers found, also, that the more green tea they consumed, the better the results. For example, those that regularly drank 2-3 six ounce cups of green tea per day had a 14% reduced risk; whereas those who enjoyed a minimum of four cups had a 20% reduced risk.

Therefore, adding green tea to one’s diet may be a great preventative for any future health related issues in the stroke related arena. This suggests that weight loss supplements such as Liproxenol then, may not o
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