Eating more fruits and vegetables can help reduce consumption of high-calorie meats, cheeses, and snacks.
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Just as bad lifestyle habits are linked to heart problems, an unhealthy diet is linked to heart problems. Bad foods are bad for overall health, including weight and heart health, if they only taste unhealthy and bad. So choose and eat foods that strengthen heart health.
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No need to spend money on expensive supplements and imported nuts. Some simple budget foods can also protect the heart. Renowned dietitian Aruna Mallya’s tips on diet dos and don’ts to reduce the risk of heart disease…
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Fruits and Vegetables: Make sure your daily diet includes fruits and vegetables that are rich in essential nutrients. Because they are rich in heart-healthy fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Being underweight. For heart health. Additionally, eating more fruits and vegetables can reduce the consumption of excess meats, cheeses, and snacks.
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Avoid juice, processed fruit snacks: Fruits in pastries are high in sugar. Packaged meats are low in fiber. High in fructose. Juice or fresh packaged juice with fresh fruit is not always healthy.
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Watch how much sodium you’re taking in: This has people doing things like going to the gym and dieting. Therefore, it is known to eat protein-rich foods like bananas, nuts, etc. before exercise as they give better results. But nutritionists say that eating a pinch of salt before a workout can add more benefits.
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Cut back on sugar : It’s natural to crave sugary drinks and snacks again and again. But sugar in our body is harmful to health. Sugar is also a cause of sagging hands. So you need to cut back on sugary foods to get the arms you want. So make lifestyle changes like keeping less sugar in your coffee or tea and drinking fresh juices instead of packaged ones.
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Reduce fat intake: Make sure you include the right types of fat in your diet. Don’t eat too much fat to reduce your risk of heart disease. Following a low-fat diet is an important way to keep the heart healthy.
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Don’t fear fats: Not all fats are bad for you. Certain types of fats, such as monounsaturated fat and omega-3, are heart-healthy. Heart-healthy fats found in olives, soybeans, nuts, canola oils, and seafood.
Moderate Alcohol: Studies show that moderate alcohol consumption reduces the risk of coronary heart disease. Women can have 1 drink per day, men 2 drinks per day. If you are not an alcoholic, don’t get addicted to it. Because these are tips for heavy drinkers to keep their heart at less risk.
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Foods rich in fiber: Foods rich in fiber help reduce the risk of heart disease. Certain types of fiber lower bad cholesterol. Oats, whole-wheat bread/flour/cereals, fruits, vegetables, legumes are heart-healthy.
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Focus on Cholesterol: High cholesterol increases the risk of heart disease. So to improve heart disease, make sure to keep cholesterol in your diet below 300 milligrams per day. Your LDL cholesterol level is high, reduce it to 200 mg daily.(Disclaimer: This article is based on public beliefs, information available on the internet only. Not verified by News18. No evidence.)