HRI - In a Heartbeat - Issue 25
Welcome to the latest edition of In a Heartbeat. In this issue, read how naturally occurring compounds found in green tea could reduce heart disease… how patients born with heart malformations can boost their heart function through certain exercise... and discover ‘the good oil’ about the supposed benefits of virgin coconut oil.
There’s a great new article by Guy Leech and a delicious new recipe for Chocolate Berry tarts from Registered Nutritionist, Kate Freeman.
We hope you enjoy reading your newsletter… and thank you again for your wonderful support.
Professor Michael Davies, BSc DPhil FRACI Director, The Heart Research Institute
Coconut Oil: the latest research
Is cooking with virgin coconut oil really the healthy alternative many people are claiming? more
A new study by The Heart Research Institute shows that patients born with a rare heart malformation can definitely boost their heart function by lifting weights. more
Compounds in green tea could reduce heart disease
Ms Tracey Kajer has been exploring how various naturally occurring compounds found in green tea can reduce heart disease. more
Coffee – is it good or bad for your health?
For many years, coffee has been wrongfully blamed for many ailments and health concerns, including being linked to Heart Disease. more
Become a Hero Of The Heart in 2013!
All over Australia, the season for Fun Runs and marathons is fast approaching. And with that comes the chance to raise much-needed funds for heart research. more
Recipe: Chocolate Berry Tarts
Summertime desserts are so much fun! Here’s a perfectly portion-controlled summer treat that nutritionist Kate Freeman is sure you’re going to love. more
What Will Your Legacy Be?
Research projects take years to progress into clinical trials and make their way into regular practice for the treatment of heart disease. By leaving a bequest to The Heart Research Institute, you can continue the fight against heart disease and benefit future generations. more
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