http://www.sina.com.cn 2007年10月31日 10:54
For the last several years, Chicago attorney Karl Anderson, 52, has been eating high-fiber, low-sugar oatmeal and raisin bran for breakfast, often with a banana. Sure, he's tempted by the coffee cake and pastries on his kitchen counter. And he fondly remembers loving Cap'n Crunch and Cocoa Krispies as a kid. "But I know those aren't good for you," he says.
Today Anderson feels better than ever about his choice. That's because a study of 21,376 male physicians, published this week in the Archives of Internal Medicine, found that men who eat whole-grain cereal have a lower incidence of heart failure than men who don't. "I'm happy to hear it," says Anderson.