fight heart disease with a plant-based, oil-free diet
|fight heart disease with a plant-based, oil-free diet||Darrell Miller||04/24/17|
April 24, 2017 11:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: fight heart disease with a plant-based, oil-free diet
Diet has a lot to do with how your heart responds and functions. Many have looked at how a plant-based, oil-free diet work towards positive outcomes. It can be said that lowering saturated fats is very important, and there is a lot of evidence that the Mediterranean style diet, which emphasizes fish and poultry, along with fruits, vegetables and olive based oils, is a good way to go. Diets must provide good taste in order for people to stick to them long-term. The Mediterranean Diet seems to provide the health benefits and the taste in a much more positive way then the American Heart Association Diet.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAQ40dVt8CM&rel=0
- A study that included 198 concluded that 175 people stuck to the diet for 4 years and only one had cardiovascular problems.
- The recommended diet for heart disease is less red meat and starches and sugars and more vegetables.
- It is not necessary to avoid all oils and fats. Some vegetables like avocados contain healthy fats and oils.
"Small studies suggest that this eating pattern can shrink the amount of cholesterol-clogged plaque in your arteries, the main culprit in cardiovascular disease."