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What is the ghostbuster of heart?
心臟最怕什麼? -- 冰冷的東西
如果你要健康長壽，就該知道：心臟的＜最大剋星＞是什麼 ? 習慣於吃飯時或是飯後配冷飲嗎？很舒服、很爽，尤其邊揮汗大啖麻辣鍋、邊喝冰沙士，實在很有滿足感。如有這個習慣，請看看以下的介紹：心臟的最大剋星就是吃飯後，絕不喝冰涼的食物各界心臟病守專業醫生一致指示!
Common Symptoms Of Heart Attack...
備註 : 口渴時，勿嚼食冰塊來消暑，以免傷害牙齒。喝冷飲、吃冰品時，應緩慢食用，切忌狼吞豪飲，並注意清潔與衛生，以免吃壞肚子。
A daily can of diet fizzy drink 'increases risk of heart attack or stroke'
● Those who drink diet soft drinks daily are 43％
more likely' to have heart attack
● Carbonated drinks can cause long-term liver damage similar to that of chronic alcoholism
By Daily Mail Reporter, 1 February 2012
Drinking just a single can of diet fizzy drink every day can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke, research has revealed.
The new findings have suggested that just a couple of daily cans of the supposedly 'healthier' carbonated drinks, such as lemonade or cola, can raise the risk of liver damage, as well as potentially causing diabetes and heart damage.
Diet fizzy drinks are marketed as a healthy option, but in reality their health benefits over full-fat alternatives remain unclear.
Researchers from the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine and Columbia University Medical Center claim those who drink diet soft drinks are 43 per cent more likely to have heart attacks, vascular disease or strokes than those who have none.
Previous analysis of soft drinks has shown that the soft drinks, which have a substantial amount of artificial sweeteners, can cause liver disease similar to that caused by chronic alcoholism.
'Diet' fizzy drinks are marketed as a healthy option in comparison to 'full fat' alternatives as they have fewer calories.
But their genuine health benefits remain unclear, with some research suggesting they trigger people's appetites even more.
Dr Hannah Gardener's research suggested 'an association between daily diet fizzy drink consumption and vascular outcomes'
The U.S. research team studied the soft drink and diet soft drink consumption of 2,564 study participants over a 10-year period - along with their risk of stroke, heart attack and vascular death.
They found those who drank diet soft drinks every day were 43% more likely to have suffered a 'vascular' or blood vessel event than those who drank none, after allowing for pre-existing vascular conditions such as metabolic syndrome, diabetes and high blood pressure.
Ms Gardener said: 'Our results suggest a potential association between daily diet soft drink consumption and vascular outcomes.
'The mechanisms by which soft drinks may affect vascular events are unclear.'
She added, however, that the mechanisms by which soft drinks may affect 'vascular events' are not clear, and that more research was needed into the subject before significant conclusions could be drawn about the health consequences of soft drink consumption.
Diet soft drinks often contain artificial sweeteners like aspartame, which has been linked to other health problems such as cancer. However to date, heath watchdogs, including the UK's Food Standards Agency, have ruled out any link to ill-health.
The latest study appears in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.