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    Veggies, Fruits, and Whole Grains May Cut Stroke Risk
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff posted:
    "Eating a diet loaded with antioxidant-rich vegetables, fruits, and whole grains may help women lower their chances of having a stroke -- even if they have a history of heart disease or stroke, a new study shows."

    "Among women with a history of heart disease or stroke, those who ate and drank the most antioxidant-rich foods and drinks were 45% less likely to have a hemorrhagic stroke than women who ate the least."

    Here's our recent News Article for more information. Please share any dieting advice that your doctor or love one's doctor has given after suffering from a stroke.


    Looking forward to hearing some healthy dieting tips!
    Amelia
    Best Wishes!
    Amelia
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