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American Heart Association: A Plant-Based Diet lowers The Risk of a Heart Attack

Wednesday, August 4, 2021

American Heart Association: A Plant-Based Diet lowers The Risk of a Heart Attack
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A study published in the American Heart Association revealed that eating plant foods contributes to reducing the risk of heart disease in young people and women, as it maintains heart health and reduces the risk of heart attacks by 52%, according to the Medical Express website.


The researchers confirmed that eating plant foods contributed to reducing the risk of heart attacks for both young men and postmenopausal women, and they were less likely to develop cardiovascular diseases.


The American Heart Association report recommends a healthy, comprehensive diet that focuses on a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy, poultry, skinless fish, nuts, legumes, and non-tropical vegetable oils. It also advises limited consumption of saturated fats, trans fats, sodium, red meat, sweets, and drinks. glucocorticoids.


Experts explained that a plant-based diet protects against cardiovascular disease during youth to mid-adulthood and middle age.


Experts classified a plant-based diet based on fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and whole grains, with the need to avoid eating French fries, high-fat red meat, salty snacks, pastries, soft drinks, and neutral foods such as potatoes and refined grains.


The researchers found that people who ate a plant-based diet were 52% less likely to develop cardiovascular disease, and were also less likely to have heart attacks, strokes, heart failure, chest pain and blockage of arteries.




Source  youm7

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