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The study found that green tea and coffee can reduce the risk of stroke

According to Kyodo News, Japan's National Cancer Research Center (Tokyo) and National Cardiovascular Research Center (Osaka) research team recently released findings show that regular consumption of green tea or coffee compared with non-drinkers, the risk of stroke lower by about two percent.

It is reported that this may be because green tea vascular protective effects and coffee blood glucose levels to improve the effect.

The research team from the latter half of the 1990s from the northeast to Okinawa about 82,000 45 to 74-year-old resident of a 13-year follow-up survey. During this period 3425 cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction and subarachnoid hemorrhage stroke symptoms.

The research team will investigate the case of drinking green tea subjects were divided into "do not drink", "drink 1 or 2 times a week", "drink 3 to 6 times a week", "drink 1 cup a day", "day drink 2 to 3 cups "and" more than 4 cups a day "were analyzed. Found that compared to completely do not drink more than 1 cup a day, drink about 22% to 35% lower risk of suffering from cerebral hemorrhage. The risk of all stroke symptoms, drink 2 to 3 cups a day low of 14% to 20%.

Coffee drinking, weekly drink 1 or 2 times more than the risk of suffering from cerebral infarction by about 13% to 22% lower than completely do not drink. The possibility of all stroke symptoms, drink more than 3 to 6 times per week low of 11% to 20%.