It is believed that dark chocolate to eat for cardiovascular health is good. Recently the British Journal of Nutrition published a new study that supports regular chocolate consumption. According to the new study, researchers at the Health Luxembourg Institute (LIH), University of South Australia, University of Warwick School and University of Maine Medical suggested that a small amount of chocolate can prevent every day consuming, insulin resistance and type 2 Diabetes.
The study looked at data from 1153 people aged between 18 and 69. at the age when the health of several participants compare the researchers found less insulin resistance and healthy liver enzymes for those who said they ate about 100 grams each day chocolate. Insulin resistance is very important factors that determine the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases.
Academic researchers proposed the hypothesis that the chocolate may be useful in insulin sensitivity and liver enzymes. This study is conducted with rigour, the lifestyle and diet preferences of the participants noting. Both coffee and tea contain polyphenols, to accelerate the cardiometabolic effects of chocolate is helpful.
The visiting researcher at the University of Warwick Medical School and scientific director of Population Health Office in LIH said Prof. Saverio strand cocoa products recommendation can be proposed as a food to improve cardiovascular health and metabolism. Among those who participated in the study, 80% of people who eat them, at least 24.8 grams of chocolate every day. These people were active, young and had a higher level of education compared to those who do not eat chocolate regularly.
The study's principal investigator, said Dr Ala Alkerwi people who had the chocolate considerable socio-demographic profile is consumed, better access to health and healthy living habits. The researchers agree that randomized controlled trials and observational additional research are needed to really understand how chocolate helpful insulin resistance and prevention of disorders in reducing the related cardiometabolic.