Eating Fried Foods Can Increase Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke
Heart disease is the number one cause of death worldwide. Dietary patterns are a significant contributing factor for the development of heart disease, especially fried foods. Research published in the journal Heart has shown that eating fried foods can increase the relative risk of coronary heart disease by 22%, stroke by 37%, and heart failure by 37%.
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