Everything You Should Know
Plaque is a waxy substance composed of unsaturated fats, minerals, and cholesterol. Plaque builds up in the blood vessels and arteries, which hinders blood flow to the heart. This stops the heart from receiving necessary nutrients and oxygen.
Due to plaque, the heart is unable to pump blood efficiently and cannot satisfy the body’s requirements. Shortness of breath and exhaustion are two indications of heart failure.
The way your body works especially, your heart, can be controlled by what you eat and what is your daily diet.
A healthy diet for heart patients includes the following foods Lean meats, fish, dairy products with low fats, skinless poultry, whole grains, eggs (per week six), legumes, nuts and beans and olive oil (plant based oil). Above food has empty calories and they have low saturated fats. At any meal ensure that your dish is half filled and includes a range of vegetables. Frozen and canned fruit and vegetables could be substituted for fresh variants as well as they are sugar and salt free.