All tea lovers can rejoice. According to British researchers, the world-famous drink can reduce sudden deaths, especially from cardiovascular diseases. The research did not specifically mention this, but its findings suggest so. The topic is covered by Guardian Server. According to Jan Perek, Emeritus President of the Heart Center at the Prague Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, it is remarkable that such an article was published in a prestigious scientific journal.
The study showed that people who drink two or more cups of tea per day have a 9 to 13 percent lower risk of sudden death. Article – Commodity Published in a professional magazine The Annals of Internal Medicine also says that this is regardless of whether people add milk, sweeten the tea, or the temperature of the tea. The researchers also looked at how people metabolized caffeine from tea.
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Honorary President of the IKEM Heart Center in Prague Jan Berk (Senate candidate for top 09 in District 22 – Prague 10) claims to have reservations about the research: “I am amazed that an article with such conclusions has been accepted in such a prestigious journal for publication.”
“The research is based on the fact that the participants themselves reported what and how, in this case, the number of cups is fraught with significant error, moreover, tea is not the same as tea and also depends on the method of preparation,” Burke says. to iROZHLAS.cz, noting that the search results may not be statistically significant at all.
The UK’s National Institute of Health used data from the UK Biobank, which included about half a million people between the ages of 40 and 69. Of these, 85 percent drink tea and 89 percent drink black tea. The researchers developed the study as a questionnaire between 2006 and 2010, and the research continued for another decade. This was reported by the Guardian server.
However, according to Professor of Preventive Medicine Fernando Rodriguez Artalig of the University of Madrid, the research represents a major advance, because so far similar research has been conducted exclusively in Asia, where people drink mainly green tea.
“The article shows that regular consumption of black tea corresponds to a lower risk of death, mainly due to cardiovascular disease. But the study does not say this clearly, because it does not take into account whether other aspects of tea drinking are responsible for the reduced risk,” he says. Artaligo.
previously The Guardian wrote about the studywho claimed that tea and coffee reduce the risk of stroke and dementia.