The most important meal

December 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Dec2007, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p17
The article focuses on the research published in the journal "Archives of Internal Medicine," which reveals that men who ate a bowl of whole-grain cereal every morning reported a lower risk of heart failure. The research showed that of 21,367 participants, 29% who consume an average of seven or more bowls of cereal a week are less likely to report heart failure. The researchers conclude that cereals have beneficial effects on hypertension, obesity and other risk factors of heart failure.


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