CORONARY HEART DISEASE.
Coronary Heart Disease is the of the top of all health complaints worldwide.
It’s the biggest cause of death.
Therefore we should be aware of it’s causes and prevention’s.
Also the changes we should make to our diet.
Prevention and recovery.
Because it’s necessary.
CVD IS A GROUP OF DISEASES INCLUDING CORONARY HEART DISEASE.
(CVD) is a class of diseases involving the heart or blood vessels.
Coronary heart disease, other CVD’s also include, stroke, heart failure.
As well as: hypertensive heart and congenital heart disease, etc.
We need protection from cardiovascular diseases.
We need food which protects us from cardiovascular diseases (CVD’s).
This will promote our health and performance in other areas also.
Coronary heart disease is a result of fatty deposits or plaques.
It sticks to the artery walls.
Resulting in a narrowing of the arteries.
This in turn, can clog the arteries, blood clots.
The blood flow struggles.
This cuts off oxygen supply to heart and a heart attack occurs.
The heart cells get damaged.
Therefore we should avoid the obvious things which clog up arteries.
We should look more towards the things that keep us healthy and happy.
Many people pay an absolute fortune to improve their quality of life and happiness.
Christmas, summer holidays and weddings prove that.
Factors associated with fatty deposit buildups in the coronary arteries.
These include tobacco smoking.
Also a lack of exercise.
Too many saturated and trans fats.
Increasing blood cholesterol and heart attacks.
Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats lower the chance of heart attacks.
Obesity. However obese people normally consume a fair amount of saturated fat.
An apple-shaped person has most of their excess fat around the waist.
He or she, at greater risk of heart disease.
As opposed to pear-shaped person who carries it around the hips and thighs and the bum.
But either way excess fat is a dis-advantage to all, either way.
AVOID FEEDERS. They’ll get you killed and not bat an eye-lid. Trust me!
Hypertension, commonly known as high blood pressure a long term condition.
If not controlled it can lead to stroke.
Furthermore weakening the brain’s blood vessels.
The blood clots, causing dementia.
Diabetes and impaired glucose intolerance.
This c an cause damage the artery walls.
Add to coronary heart disease, as well as many other problems.
Blood sugar levels can be stabilized with a controlled diet.
Then again, Australian aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders have higher rates of diabetes.
Even at lower body weights.
Low cholesterol is good.
However some cholesterol is essential to several metabolic functions.
That is a part of all the body’s cell membranes.
On the other hand,Foods to cure and prevent heart disease.
We can easily avoid heart disease if we try to eat a balanced diet.
Including our fair share of fruit and veg. Whole grains. Oily fish.Fibre. Nuts. Also. unprocessed oil, etc.
THESE ARE THE RECOMMENDED FOODS TO CURE AND PREVENT HEART DISEASE.
OILY FISH – Comparatively good for joints.
Also very beneficial health wise to the brain, memory, happiness etc.
Oily fish includes:
mackerel, tuna, sardines, salmon contain omega – 3 fatty acids, to decrease triglycerides.
Will also increase HDL cholesterol. Hence great improvement in blood level elasticity.
And thins the blood increasing the flow and decreasing the chances of a blot clot.
Unprocessed Vegetable oils.
Olive oil, canola oil and oils containing omega-3 fatty acids.
Corn, soy. Safflower and any oils which contain omega-6.
These help to lower LDL cholesterol and used in place of saturated fats.
Fruit & vegetables are foods to cure all, or help cure all known illnesses.
They are bursting full of vital antioxidants and other nutrients.
These protect against heart disease. This is an important source of folate.
In addition, Folate lowers the the amino acid homocysteine.
Homocysteine is associated with risks of heart disease.
Fibre. Wholegrain cereals like oat, barley, rye. F
Fruit & vegetables like berries, citrus, melons, pears, apples, etc, etc.
BEANS, BEANS, GOOD FOR THE HEART. THE MORE YOU EAT, THE MORE YOU ARE.
In the light of, Legumes and pulses.
Baked beans, kidney beans, chick peas, lentils and split peas.
All help to lower cholesterol levels, stabilise sugar levels.
Soy protein. lowers LDL cholesterol levels.
Occurs in soya milk, miso, soy sauce, tempeh, tofu and some other soya products.
Then again.Beetroot or beetroot juice is pretty amazing stuff.
It creates nitric acid which in turn opens the arteries.
Which also increases blood flow.
This leads to lower blood pressure, and then increases endurance and stamina.
Include Exercise During Your Daily Routine.
Get off the bus a couple of stops early then walk to work.
It’ll wake you up.
Also boost your metabolism.
Additionally give you time to meditate.
If it’s only a few floors so take the stairs.
Get the blood circulating and keep your metabolism up.
As a result, you keep on improving.
In fact you should take Brisk walks lasting for about 40 minutes a day.
They are noticeably, great help with recovery and prevention of coronary heart disease.
which in turn leads to a better life.
Finally, recent statistics have shown amazing coronary heart disease recovery.
This is due to, a change in eating and exercising.
However, yoga is great for a healthy body likewise, the mind.
This also helps with coronary heart disease.
because of the deep relaxation it induces.
Additionally improves eyesight, mental health, all round satisfaction.
Beside’s that, reflexology is another great method for improving health.
Hencefore the changes in attitude towards eating healthy, (it used to be a myth).
Leading to, alternative medicine, pertaining to diet.