Just two apples a day helps to reduce the risk of heart problems by cutting cholesterol levels, which tell by Daily mail. Researchers found that the women who ate dried apple daily than those who ate dried plums their cholesterol level was considerably less. For heart disease, high cholesterol is one of the most significant risk factors. So many researches found that differences in cholesterol will reduce the risk of heart disease. The recent study founds that fruits are an essential part of a balanced and healthy diet. To stay healthy and cut down the risk of heart problems is depends on a healthy lifestyle and regular physical exercise.
In one report it shows that 170 women have gone through medical and nourishment assessment. The women were randomly appointed to eat 85 gm dried apple regularly or 110 gm of dried pump regularly for one year. Calendars have given to women to monitor compliance and asked to mark the days they have not eaten the apple or plum. At the commence of this study at four, eight, and twelve months, to measure the cholesterol blood sample was taken. At the same points of time, body measurement, physical exercise evokes and later on seven-day dietary recall were also collected. Women knew that whether they were regularly eating apples or not.
Some researchers suggest that anytime, peoples consume fresh fruit as snacks but not other fruit drinks. People who intake more fruit, then there will be fewer chances of heart failure, chronic and cardiovascular disease. This study is on the observation, which may vary from actual results. There is less information on the exact type of fruit mostly consume, which may or may not be an apple. Most important, high cholesterol is a risk factor for heart health and cardiovascular disease. The study mentioned above may not apply to men and children; it only applies to postmenopausal women. The study gives the general message about the health that proper diet, high intake of fruit and vegetables, regular physical exercise are the best way to reduce heart disease.