What to eat after a heart attack

The increase in cases of overweight and obesity among many young and not so young people, and the increase of people suffering from stress, has caused the cases of heart attack have increased alarmingly in recent years. Although it is a disorder that tends to affect more men and women from 40 years of age.

At the time of prevent heart attack It is essential to follow a healthy lifestyle, based on the pursuit of a healthy and balanced diet, and the practice of regular physical exercise, among others.

Among the most appropriate healthy diet there is a type of feeding to prevent heart attack which in fact becomes the most appropriate, combining the elimination of foods with more saturated and trans fat and replacing them with much healthier fats, in addition to opting for fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, fish and white meats.

But when the heart attack appears (which involves the death of one of the tissues of the heart muscle, caused by lack of oxygen), it is best to follow a diet or recommended feeding.

Recommended foods after a heart attack

  • Fruits, vegetables and vegetables: all.
  • Cereals and starches: everyone.
  • meats: lean.
  • Fish and seafood: everyone.
  • EggsYes, in moderation.
  • Dairy products: skimmed
  • Drinks: all, moderating the consumption of alcoholic beverages, such as wine.

Foods not recommended after a heart attack

  • meats: fats.
  • Delicatessen: everyone.
  • Pre-cooked food: everyone.
  • Sweets: cookies, cakes, biscuits and cakes.
  • Salty snacks: chips, salty crackers.

If you want to know more about the heart attack and identify its characteristic symptoms, we advise you to read our notes on symptoms of infarction in man and the Symptoms of stroke in women.

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This article is published for informational purposes only. You can not and should not replace the consultation with a Nutritionist. We advise you to consult your trusted Nutritionist. ThemesCardiovascular diseases

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