Studies 2015

Below you will find scientific investigations into the relationship between diet and heart disease.

The review articles (meta-analyses) of randomized, placebo-controlled double-blind human studies (Rcts) answer the following question:
"Is swallowing food supplements make sense?". Yes at a positive conclusion and no in the case of a negative conclusion.

The review articles (meta-analyses) of cohort studies or case-control studies answer the following question:
"Should I change my diet?".

  1. Garlic supplements reduce blood pressure
  2. 22-536 mg of vitamin E per day lowers heart attacks
  3. A zinc deficiency leads to heart infarction