Study: Eating raw fruits and vegetables reduces the risk of heart disease

A scientific study showed that consuming raw fruits and vegetables a day and frequently reduces the likelihood of developing heart disease in people who have a genetic predisposition to infection by.

It quoted the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), a team of McGill University British, in charge of the study, saying that eating five daily servings of vegetables and fruits enough to overcome the effects of heart disease, genetic, which suffered some of them for genetic reasons, which believes that proportion of about five the population of Europe or European descent.

The results of the study - performed on the 27 thousand people from around the world - that people who have the genetics responsible for the weakness of the heart down their risk of heart disease attributed to the same probability if the ordinary people ate raw vegetables and fruits a day.