Well-prepared diet can help lower levels of bad (LDL) cholesterol, raise levels of good (HDL) cholesterol, and generally to protect the heart.
Food consumption is recommended that:
raw vegetables (especially leafy green)
fish: salmon, mackerel, sardines
sunflower seeds, flax, pumpkin
Food consumption of which should be limited:
dark meat of chicken or turkey (high in fat)
Take in fewer calories. Large meals predispose to obesity - the biggest enemy of heart.
Eat foods rich in fiber. In a 1996 study says that men who take through food daily 28 g fiber, significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular attack.
Reduce coffee. Caffeine contained in it is directly related to the level of cholesterol in the blood, particularly in people consuming more than three cups of coffee a day.
Eat fruits and vegetables, whole grains, fish, dairy products (low-fat), lean meats, nuts and seeds. Including these products in your diet, you will take less fat and cholesterol.
This type of diet will lower cholesterol and fats in the blood by about 20%. The
risk of heart disease decreases by 2% for each 1% reduction in
cholesterol, if you apply a diet low in fat, high in fiber and contains a
variety of complex carbohydrate foods. Or in general, you can reduce your risk of heart disease by 40 percent.
are the foods that are especially important for heart health: brewer's
yeast, garlic, ginger, green tea, oatmeal, onions, plums - dried soy and