Do the White Thing
Strokes are 52% less common in people who consume high amounts of “white fruits and vegetables,” according to a Dutch study spanning 10 years and involving more than 20,000 participants. In the study, 55% of the white fruits were apples or pears. Published in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association, the research went on to state that every 25-gram-per-day increase in white fruits and vegetables could lower your risk of stroke by about 9%. Try adding a sliced apple to your oats in the morning.
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