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Will Drinking Warm Water After A Meal Help To Avoid A Heart Attack?

A friend sent me this article a couple weeks ago and I found it very interesting.  It kind of makes sense to a layman.  I learned that it’s best to drink warm water after certain meals, instead of a cold beverage.  After reading the article, you may want to opt for a cup of Green Tea with your French Fries in place of a Soda.  Since there are many factors involved in a heart attack, we don’t purport that following this advice will avoid one, but don’t think it will hurt.  The report includes several links to additional beneficial (healthful) information.

  1. October 19th, 2009 at 23:55 | #1

    Thanks for the extra info Dan — You never know. I know I can’t pull away from a big glass of cold Milk with some meals. 🙂

  2. October 19th, 2009 at 23:01 | #2

    Eh, no proof something like this works, just some myth. It’s just like saying you shouldn’t swim for 30 minutes after you eat.

    A little research and I found this snippet.

    “Japan ranks fifth in the world for heart attack fatalities and remains one of the most likely places on earth for people to succumb to cardiovascular disease, according to a World Health Organization report issued in Geneva.

    Japan’s 130,000 heart attack deaths in 2002 made it the fifth highest ranking country on earth for fatalities, following China, India, Russia and the United States.”

    So I don’t think the tea is helping much… 😉

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