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When people think of a diet designed to prevent or treat cardiovascular disease, they usually think of reducing the amounts of cholesterol and saturated fat in their diet. In fact, there are many other factors to consider such as consuming a sufficient amount of "beneficial" fats, dietary fiber, and antioxidants. Nutrition that maintains heart health is similar to the basic diet plan, which consists of whole foods, which we recommend in this book to almost everyone.
There are close links between the active molecules known as free radicals and heart disease. Foods containing antioxidants help prevent the damage caused by free radicals. Therefore, make sure to eat a wide variety of vegetables and fruits daily.
Essential fatty acids are the "good" fat that protects the heart and helps the body function effectively. Essential fatty acids are found in cold-water fish such as the phutic (halibut), salmon (goddess), and the mackerel. They are also found in various nuts (not peanuts), olive oil, and flaxseed.
Eat lots of dietary fiber. Eating whole foods will automatically increase your dietary fiber intake. However, if you need more, incorporate oat bran or flax seeds into your meals.
Garlic and onion lower your "bad cholesterol" and reduce blood pressure. They are a great addition to low-fat meals like sautéed vegetables, fresh soups, and legume potatoes.
The bark of the red-purple grapes can help remove sclerosis from the arteries. Drink a glass of red-purple grape paste daily.
Potassium and magnesium are minerals that protect the heart. Good sources of these minerals are leafy vegetables, whole grains, wheat sprouts, garlic, legumes, and potatoes. Sea salt is also a good source of these minerals.
Adopt the Mediterranean diet. Eat plant foods, consume olive oil and medium to small amounts of fish, chicken, meat, dairy, eggs, and wine. Researchers believe that a diet containing fish is one of the most important factors in maintaining cardiovascular health. Such a diet lowers the prevalence of obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.
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