Caffeine may help protect against arterial fibrillation, study says

08/24/2010 | NutraIngredients

A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found caffeine may protect against arterial fibrillation rather than increase a person's risk for the cardiovascular event. Researchers using data from the Women's Health Study found coffee, tea, cola and chocolate were not significantly associated with AF and, in moderation, actually provided a small but significant protective effect.

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