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Heart Failure Risk Reduction, A Natural Approach

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Can one reduce the risk of heart failure through diet?

Sounds a stretch. Yet, in a report in Archives of Internal Medicine, the following conclusion was reached:

"Our data demonstrate that a higher intake of whole grain breakfast cereals is associated with a lower risk of HF 'heart failure.]" 

Heart Failure Risk Reduction, A Natural Approach  Bibliography

Archives of Internal Medicine, vol. 167, 2007, pub. by the A.M.A. Drs. Djousse and Gaziano, Divisions of Aging and Preventive Med., Brigham & Women's Hosp., Harvard Med. School, Boston, MA.

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