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Congestion, liverWhat causes strokes? Many health-conscious individuals believe that one of the 41 things that causes strokes is liver congestion, including the obstruction of the bile ducts inside the liver, where thousands of intrahepatic stones accumulate, causing many illnesses, including strokes.
Dairy food avoidanceWhat causes strokes? One of the 41 things that causes strokes is dairy food avoidance. One study found an inverse association between dairy food consumption and the incidence of stroke. (6)
However, you should avoid dairy foods because dairy foods give you constipation, breast cancer, prostate cancer, persistent morning cough, and cancer by exposing you to the fallout generated by the U.S. government's nuclear weapons testing.
DietWhat causes strokes? One of the 41 things that causes strokes is your diet. Avoid foods high in advanced glycosylation end products (AGEs), and choose foods low in AGEs. (26)
If you're smart, you avoid processed foods, smoked meats, processed meats, trans fats, and diet sodas, because prevention is your best option; and because your diet plays a crucial role in prevention. (4)
Diet sodasWhat causes strokes? One of the 41 things that causes strokes is the intake of diet sodas. Diet sodas dramatically increase your stroke risk. Peer-reviewed research shows that even one diet soda per day increases your risk of stroke by 48 percent. Why? Because diet sodas contain refined sugar and artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame and sucralose (Splenda). (5)
Egg avoidanceWhat causes strokes? One of the 41 things that causes strokes is egg avoidance. Long vilified for their high cholesterol content, these days eggs are making a bit of a comeback. While it is true that the dietary cholesterol in egg yolks weakly affects blood cholesterol levels, the nutrients found in eggs also help in lowering your risk of stroke.
A recent scientific journal article in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition concludes that egg consumption is not associated with the risk of cardiovascular disease and cardiac mortality in the general population. (13)
Another, recent scientific journal article in the British Medical Journal covers 4,148,095 person years and 7579 incident cases for stroke and concludes that
- Higher consumption of eggs (up to one egg per day) is not associated with an increased risk of stroke, and
- People with higher egg consumption have a 25% lower risk of stroke. (14)
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