A healthy lifestyle significantly reduces stroke risk, according to a recent study. Researchers found that women with a healthy diet and lifestyle are 54 percent less likely to have a stroke. The study looked at five factors that make up a healthy lifestyle: healthy diet; moderate alcohol consumption; never smoking; physically active; and healthy body mass index (BMI).
A Healthy Diet, Lifestyle May Cut Stroke Risk in Half for Women : News : University Herald
“Because the consequences of stroke are usually devastating and irreversible, prevention is of great importance,” study author Susanna C. Larsson said in a statement. “These results are exciting because they indicate that a healthy diet and lifestyle can substantially reduce the risk of stroke, and these are lifestyle choices that people can make or improve.”
The findings were recently published in an online issue of Neurology.
— Obviously easier said than done but the most important thing to have is the right mindset. I’m sure nobody wants to a stroke but the question is – are you ready for a diet change?