Fatal heart disease can be prevented by taking simple precautions in the diet on a daily basis.
A medical study in Australia has found that daily consumption of certain amounts of nitrate-rich vegetables can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease.
According to the report, coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide.
The study, conducted at a local Australian university, found that people who ate more nitrate-rich vegetables, such as green leafy vegetables and beets, were able to avoid heart disease as well as lower their blood pressure. Is less than
Research has shown that eating one cup of nitrate-rich vegetables a day can significantly reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
Experts say that there is no added benefit to taking more than one cup while nitrate supplements are not as useful as vegetables in this regard.
The use of ultra-processed foods in the diet greatly increases the risk of heart disease.
The term ultra-processed foods is used for a variety of products such as double bread, fast foods, sweets, candies, cakes, breakfast cereals, chicken nuggets, instant noodles, sweet drinks and soda.