Southern diet is linked to high stroke risk

02/7/2013 | National Public Radio

People who eat a classic Southern diet with plenty of fried chicken, organ meat and sweet tea increase their risk of stroke by 41%, researchers say. In a study, researchers divided diets into five categories: Southern, convenience, plant based, sweets and alcohol. They found that adherents to a plant-based diet decrease their stroke risk by 30%.

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