After a heart attack or cardiovascular disease diagnosis, diet adjustments may prevent illness and recurring heart attacks.
After a heart attack, eating well is even more vital for speedier healing and preventing recurrence.
Too Much Salt: Salt is healthy in modest amounts, but too much may raise blood pressure. Instead of ordinary salt, use herbs and spices.
Alcohol: Heavy drinking increases the risk of high blood pressure, cholesterol, heart disease, stroke, and other health issues. Limited or no alcohol consumption is advised.
Ultra-processed food is unnatural. Often heavy in sugar and salt, these meals lack nourishment. Ultra-processed foods may raise cardiovascular disease risk.
Fried foods: Avoid fried meals like French fries and chicken, which are heavy in fat. Avoid processed snacks, quick food, and commercial baked goods, which are rich in trans and saturated fats.