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  • A new study has revealed the treat food that can cut the risk of having a stroke.

    It turns out that eating more cheese could help to reduce your risk of suffering a certain type of stroke.

    Researchers at the University of Oxford looked into how food affected the risk factor for two different types of stroke – ischaemic strokes, where blockages cut off the blood supply to the brain, and haemorrhagic strokes, when cells are damaged by a bleed on the brain.

    While looking at data collected from 418,000 people in nine European countries, the study, which was published in the European Heart Journal, found that higher intake of dietary fibre could cut the risk of suffering from an ischaemic stroke.

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    “The most important finding is that higher consumption of both dietary fibre and fruit and vegetables was strongly associated with lower risks of ischaemic stroke, which supports current European guidelines,” said Dr Tammy Tong, lead author of the study and a nutritional epidemiologist at the University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Population Health.

    “The general public should be recommended to increase their fibre and fruit and vegetable consumption, if they are not already meeting these guidelines.

    “Our study also highlights the importance of examining stroke subtypes separately,” continued Dr Tong, “as the dietary associations differ for ischaemic and haemorrhagic stroke, and is consistent with other evidence, which shows that other risk factors, such as cholesterol levels or obesity, also influence the two stroke subtypes differently.”

    Upping your intake of dietary fibre could reduce your risk of stroke (Credit: Getty)

    The study found that for each 10g increase in daily dietary fibre intake, there was a 23 per cent lower risk of suffering from ischaemic stroke.

    However, while a higher intake of fruit, vegetables, fibre, milk, cheese or yoghurt were associated with a lower risk of suffering from ischaemic stroke, the study found “no significant association” between the same foods and haemorrhagic strokes.

    It also revealed that a high intake of eggs could be associated with haemorrhagic strokes, with every extra 20g of daily egg consumption linked with a 25 per cent higher chance of stroke.

    However, other experts have suggested that the eating routine were not linked to the stroke risk and that the results were influence more by general lifestyle factors.

    MORE: 90% of us aren’t eating enough of this heath-boosting super food

    “A major strength of this study is that it captured data from a large cohort of individuals from nine European countries,” said Paul Evans, professor of cardiovascular science at University of Sheffield, who did not take part at all in the study.

    “However, although the research has discovered an association between dietary intake and stroke risk, it is possible that the altered stroke risk is not caused by the diet itself but is instead caused by associated socioeconomic or lifestyle factors.

    “Further research is therefore needed to investigate whether diet has a direct influence on stroke risk.”



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    Salvatore Ferragamo posts FY19 revenue of €1,377 million

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    Salvatore Ferragamo, an Italian luxury goods company, posted 2.3 per cent revenue growth to €1,377 million in full fiscal 2019 ended on December 31, 2019 compared to revenue of €1,347 million in prior fiscal. Gross profit rose 3.7 per cent to €893.49 million compared to €861.98 million in prior fiscal. Net profit grew 1.7 per cent to €91.7 million.

     

    However, operating profit in FY19 decline 8.2 per cent to €137.51 million (FY18: €149.76 million). Profit before tax reduced 9.7 per cent to €122.70 million. 

     

    Apparel revenue in FY19 fell 2.9 per cent to €74.23 million compared to revenue of €76.47 million prior fiscal. Footwear revenue grew 3.8 per cent to €575.57 million compared to €554.72 million in prior fiscal. Leather goods revenue rose 3.7 per cent to €540.81 million compared to €521.44 million in prior fiscal. 

     

    Revenue of Retail sector grew 2.4 per cent in FY19 to €899.48 million (FY18: €878.21 million) compared to prior year. Wholesale channel registered rise of 3.1 per cent to €461.37 million (FY18: €447.53 million). Licenses and services revenue in FY19 jumped 21.8 per cent to €11.59 million (FY18: 9.51 million).

     

    Geographically, Europe posted 5.3 per cent increase in revenue to €347.24 million (FY18: 329.71 million). North America revenue rose 0.7 per cent to €317.88 million. However, Japan’s revenue dropped 0.5 per cent to €118.45 million. Asia Pacific reported 1.1 per cent increase in sales to €511.31 million (FY18: €505.54 million), mainly due to 13.8 per cent revenue growth in China. Revenue in Central and South America rose 7.1 per cent to €82.37 million (FY18: €76.87 million).

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    Salvatore Ferragamo, an Italian luxury goods company, posted 2.3 per cent revenue growth to €1,377 million in full fiscal 2019 ended on December 31, 2019 compared to revenue of €1,347 million in prior fiscal. Gross profit rose 3.7 per cent to €893.49 million compared to €861.98 million in prior fiscal. Net profit grew 1.7 per cent to €91.7 million.





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