Scientists may have found a natural alternative for the treatment of heart disease, according to studies.
Heart diseases are a medical condition associated with any disruption of blood vessels and heart function.
* Heart disease affected by the arteries to the heart, such as coronary artery heart disease
* heart disease affected by heart valves function in regulating blood flow such as valvular heart disease
* heart disease affected the electrical conduction such as arrhythmias
* Heart disease affected by heart muscles such as cardiomyopathy
and * Congenital heart disease caused by heart defect at birth
The rich golden liquid It is considered one of healthy sweet food for replacing the use of white sugar and artificial sweetener by many people.
Researchers on finding a natural compound for the treatment of heart disease investigated the
honey and its polyphenols cardioprotective activity.
Honey exerted coronary heart disease protective effects by the expression of phenolic compounds through several mechanisms, including mainly antithrombotic, anti-ischemic, anti-oxidant, and vasorelaxant effects.
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(1) The Potential Role of Honey and its Polyphenols in Preventing Heart Diseases: A Review by M I Khalil and S A Sulaiman. (PubMed)
(2) Honey and cardiovascular risk factors, in normal individuals and in patients with diabetes mellitus or dyslipidemia by Al-Waili N1, Salom K, Al-Ghamdi A, Ansari MJ, Al-Waili A, Al-Waili T. (PubMed)
(3) Food Consumption and its impact on Cardiovascular Disease: Importance of Solutions focused on the globalized food system. A Report from the Workshop convened by the World Heart Federation by Sonia S. Anand,1,2,* Corinna Hawkes,3,* Russell J. de Souza,4 Andrew Mente,2Mahshid Dehghan,2 Rachel Nugent,5 Michael A. Zulyniak,1 Tony Weis,6 Adam M. Bernstein,7Ronald Krauss,8 Daan Kromhout,9 David J.A. Jenkins,10,11 Vasanti Malik,12Miguel A. Martinez-Gonzalez,13 Dariush Mozafarrian,14 Salim Yusuf,2 Walter C. Willett,12 andBarry M Popkin. (PMC)