Vitamin B Helps Lower Stroke Risk?
We've all heard that Vitamin B's health benefits are superb, but new evidence takes it a step further.
Studies show that Vitamin B supplements can also help reduce the risk of stroke.
After analyzing 54,913 participants for at least six months, Vitamin B seemed to lower levels of homocysteine in the blood, which hardens and narrows arteries, leading to higher risk of heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, and Alzheimer's disease.
While previous studies have shown opposite results, the data inquired that Vitamin B lowers the overall risk of stroke by seven percent.
The supplement can be taken as a daily vitamin, but it can also be found in foods like bananas, beans, light turkey, halibut, and potatoes.
Will you increase your intake of Vitamin B to lower the risk of stroke?