El impacto de consumo de té verde y café en la reduccion de la insidencia de riesgos de infarto en la población japonesa

28-04-2017

Esta investigación evalúa la asociación entre el té verde/café y el infarto cardiaco/cerebral al analizar los datos de más de 80.000 personas que fueron seguidas por 13 años en promedio. Los investigadores llegaron a la conclusión de que entre mayor sea el consumo de té verde o café, menor es el riesgo de enfermedad cardiovascular y ACV en la población general. En los años de seguimiento, se documentaron 3425 casos de ACV y 910 de enfermedad coronaria. En comparación con las personas que tomaron poco café, la tasa de riesgo relativo ajustada por multivariables (con un intervalo de confianza del 95 %) de todos los infartos fue 0,89 (0,80 – 0,99), 0,80 (0,72 – 0,90) y 0,81 (0,72 – 0,91) para las personas que tomaban café 3 a 6 veces a la semana y 1 y 2 o más veces al día, respectivamente.

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