A compound already known in apples has been revealed to be important in preventing heart disease.
According to British health experts, the name of this chemical compound (compound) is flavone-three-ols, which is also found in grapes, apples, berries and black tea. Interestingly, the importance of a compound rather than a vitamin in apples has been revealed. However, it is being further researched and is being considered for use guidelines.
According to international media reports, Dr. Gunter Kunle of the University of Reading in the United Kingdom said that eating 400 to 600 mg of Fla-13 OLS daily reduces the risk of heart diseases, which is equivalent to several cups of tea. However, this apple is also found in purple and red berries. It is common even in dark colored chocolate.
Experts have released the compound dosage after much research, which included 157 clinical trials and 15 studies. All surveys show that flavone 3 OLS protects the heart and controls cholesterol and sugar in addition to increasing blood flow. However, it can have different effects on different people.
Experts have said that it is better to get Flaven 3OLS from food as many problems have been revealed with its pills and supplements. If the dose is increased, the liver may be affected and digestive complications may occur.