Women who drink cold drinks are more likely to suffer from cerebral infarction
Women who drink cold drinks more often are more likely to suffer from cerebral infarction.
This is the latest report from Japan’s Yomiuri Shimbun on December 27, 2012, on Ji Bokang, a professor of public health at Osaka University in Japan.
This trial was initiated in 1990 with a total of 3.
Professor Ji Bokang studied the relationship between cold drinks with sugar added to cola and fruit juice and complications of circulatory organs. After 18 years, 1047 of the transformants had cerebral infarction, including 670 men and 377 women.
According to the number of cold drinks, they were divided into 4 groups from “rarely drink” to “basically drink every day”.
Women who drank cold drinks more often suffered from cerebral infarction, and the incidence of “drinking every day” was 1 among those who “hardly drink”.