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Prevention of Heart Disease and Stroke

Introduction.

Doctors from both the conventional and unconventional worlds accept that certain foods, such as seafood, fruit vegetables green tea grains, nuts and legumes onions, ginger garlic, hot peppers olive oil, moderate consumption of alcohol and foods rich in Vitamin C E, C, and beta-carotene protect the arteries, and can prevent stroke and heart disease. Foods like dairy and meats that are that are high in saturated fats as well as smoking and drinking excessively in contrast can damage the heart and arteries.

In fact, eating meals with every ingredient known to combat heart disease may prolong your life by years. Based on an international panel of experts’ estimates If men 50 years old or older included garlic, almonds and other ingredients that fight heart disease to their diets daily They could boost the length of their lives by six years and live longer without heart diseases.

In the case of women, using the same formula after 50 is likely to add nearly five years more to life according to the report of the authors published in British Medical Journal.

They refer to their recommended diet as the ‘Poly-meal’. It plays on the ‘Polypill’ concept that received a lot of attentiondue to the idea of providing everyone with the option of a combination pill to help prevent heart disease. The ‘Poly-meal’ has components that studies have consistently demonstrated can reduce the risk of developing heart disease.

The menu also includes wines as well as fish, dark chocolate fruit, vegetables garlic, almonds and wine. All of the ingredients should be consumed every day in the recommended amount including fish, which according to research that it should be consumed every day for four days.

Additionally, eating beans, such as kidney beans, soya beans and chickpeas, has found to decrease cholesterol levels as well as improve the health of your heart.

1. What is Cholesterol?

Cholesterol is a kind of fat (lipid) that is found in the blood of a person. In addition, the cell, along with the body itself, produce the entire amount of cholesterol it requires. Cholesterol is also a result of the foods we consume.

If there is a high level of cholesterol levels in the body. It begins to accumulate within the arteries. (Arteries are blood vessels that transport oxygen away from our heart). This is known as atherosclerosis or the arteries are hardening. This is the reason why some blood flow issues and heart issues began.

The arteries may narrow due to this buildup and can make it difficult the flow of blood through them. The buildup could cause blood clots and inflammation which can lead to heart attacks and strokes.

A variety of factors can influence cholesterol levels, such as:

i. Foods that one eats. Ingesting too much saturated fat trans fats and cholesterol may increase one’s cholesterol.

ii. Being overweight. This could decrease HDL (“Good”) cholesterol.

iii. Being inactive. Exercise may reduce HDL (“good”) cholesterol.

iv. Age. Cholesterol levels begin to increase after the age of 20.

It is a matter of. Family family history. If your family members have suffered from high cholesterol, you might also be suffering from it.

There are various kinds of cholesterol:

i. Low-Density Lipo-Protein Cholesterol. This is also known as “bad” cholesterol. It’s the kind that could increase the risk of developing heart disease as well as stroke, heart attack and.

ii. High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol is known as one of the “good” cholesterol. It’s the kind that’s linked to a lower chance for heart attacks, coronary heart disease, and stroke.

2. High-Density Lipo-Protein Cholesterol and Low-Density Lipo-Protein Cholesterol.

Researchers from the University of Western Ontario in London Researchers have discovered that flavonoids and the limonoids found in orange juice raise your level of the body’s HDL cholesterol (so-called “good” cholesterol) level, which can help eliminate the Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol (‘the bad cholesterol) out of the body. Other juices of citrus like grapefruit contain the same biochemical. The juice of orange is also a great supply of Vitamin C.

Researchers have also suggested having three glasses of citrus juice per day can boost the good HDL (HDL) cholesterol levels and reduces the risk of developing heart disease.

This study examined people with high cholesterol began drinking a glass of juice from an orange every day for four weeks before drinking three glasses a day during four weeks. Patients who did not consume the juice during five weeks were tested for cholesterol again.

The results revealed that even though LDL cholesterol was not reduced however, the mean HDL cholesterol level increased by 21 percent, and that ratio HDL in relation to the total cholesterol fell in 16 percent. The combination of increasing HDL cholesterol and reducing the ratio of HDL to total cholesterol is believed to decrease the risk of developing heart disease.

Researchers from Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre say beans increase the levels in blood of phytoestrogens (also known as plant estrogens) in women. According to Dr Bairey Merz. “A very significant relationship between increased phytoestrogen levels and lower cholesterol, this is the results of this study.”

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