Heart attack is a serious problem. It occurs when a portion of the heart muscle does not receive enough blood (blood). The biggest symptom of a heart attack is considered to be severe pain in the chest. However, it is not necessary that everyone has severe chest pain when a heart attack occurs. Many times people have very mild pain and in such a situation they ignore it because they think that gas due to indigestion is probably causing chest pain. This is called a silent heart attack because you misunderstand it as something else. This could be dangerous. So there is a need to be very cautious. Experts say that people should take special care of their diet because there are many foods that can reduce the risk of a heart attack. Let's know about them...
Fiber is known to lower cholesterol, which reduces the risk of stroke and heart attack. Therefore, include fiber-rich foods in your diet, such as oats, brown rice, millet, lentils, green leafy vegetables, apples, papayas, grapes, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, sweet potatoes, etc. Consuming them regularly can give you many other health benefits.
low-fat dairy products
Low-fat dairy products, such as skimmed milk and yogurt, are considered beneficial for the heart, as they are rich in essential nutrients for the heart. Including them in your diet daily helps in keeping the heart-healthy and strong, which also reduces the risk of a heart attack.
If you eat 1-2 fruits daily, it helps in reducing the risk of heart and blood vessel diseases. Actually, fruits contain fiber, which reduces the risk of stroke and heart attack. You can consume pomegranate, dried figs, and avocado, etc.
Nuts such as walnuts, almonds, and pistachios are not only nutritious but are also especially beneficial for the heart. Experts say that they contain monounsaturated fatty acids which reduce the level of bad cholesterol and protect against heart attack, stroke, etc.
Note: Dr. Sandeep Khasa is an experienced Cardiologist and is presently serving at Cygnus Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, Panipat. He has completed his MBBS from Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak. Along with this, he has also completed his Doctor of Medicine in Cardiology from Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences. Dr. Sandeep Khasa also has experience working as a Consultant in Medior Hospital, Gurugram. Apart from this, he also has experience working as an Associate Consultant in Fortis, Gurugram.
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