Chocolate, Red Wine and Coffee Are Not Good for the Heart

The idea that chocolate, red wine and coffee are good for your heart has been proved wrong by a new study.
However, tea has been confirmed as reducing the risk of heart attack, as long as the quantity of milk you drink with it is minimal.
Some people consider that chocolate, red wine and coffee are a necessary part of their diet as they contain antioxidants.
However, the Australian Heart Foundation’s study has found that there is no cardiovascular health benefit from eating them.
The researchers say that they may be included as part of a balanced diet, but, not to lower the likelihood of heart diseases.
To get adequate antioxidants, it is essential to eat different vegetables, fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, legumes, wholegrain breads and cereals on a daily basis, so says the Australian Heart Foundation.

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