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Health & Fitness Eating This One Food Every Day Could Prevent Heart Attacks and Strokes

07:15  13 october  2017
07:15  13 october  2017 Source:   rd.com

This Eating Habit Increases Stroke Risk Like Crazy

  This Eating Habit Increases Stroke Risk Like Crazy This Eating Habit Increases Stroke Risk Like CrazyAccording to a study from the University of Wurzburg in Germany, men who consume about 3.3 ounces of red meat each day (that’s a little bigger than the size of your computer mouse) have a 62 percent higher risk of experiencing a life-threatening ischemic stroke than those who consume about 1.7 ounces. An ischemic stroke occurs when the blood vessels that supply the brain with blood become blocked by excess protein, forming a clot and depriving the brain of oxygen and other nutrients.

Eating This One Food Every Day Could Prevent Heart Attacks and Strokes . Researchers at the University of Alabama have found that eating bananas every day could help prevent heart attacks and strokes .

Eating bananas every day could help prevent heart attacks and strokes , new research reveals. High in potassium, foods like bananas can stop fatal blockages from occurring and inhibit the hardening and narrowing of arteries.

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Eating bananas every day could help prevent heart attacks and strokes , new research reveals. High in potassium, foods like bananas can stop fatal blockages from occurring and inhibit the hardening and narrowing of arteries.

Heart attack risk slashed by eating THIS 85p food every day - www.express.co.uk. The combination of these perks could do wonders for your arteries, preventing heart disease and strokes down the road. If You Eat This One Food Every Day , You Could Increase Your Risk of Diabetes.

You may know the silent signs of a heart attack or stroke, but preventing one is another beast altogether. Although exercise and sleep are great habits that reduce your risk, few people have the time to fit both into their crazy schedules. Thankfully, adding one simple thing to your plate could be just as effective—but way less time-consuming.

Researchers at the University of Alabama have found that eating bananas every day could help prevent heart attacks and strokes. Their study, which aimed to determine how the mineral potassium affects blood flow and artery health, examined mice who received a diet containing either low, normal, or high levels of potassium.

Overall, mice given a low-potassium diet had much harder arteries than their counterparts. Mice who received high levels of potassium, on the other hand, showed significantly less artery hardening and reduced stiffness in their aorta, as well.

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Previous studies have found that potassium can lower blood pressure, but this is among the first to investigate the mineral’s impact on artery health. According to experts, potassium improves your heart’s function by regulating your heartbeat, digesting carbohydrates, and building muscle. The combination of these perks could do wonders for your arteries, preventing heart disease and strokes down the road.

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EATING avocados, sold ripe and ready to eat for just 85p in Tesco, and spinach could reduce the risk of heart attack , researchers have found. Potassium benefits: THESE foods can prevent a heart attack or stroke .

Loading Please Wait. Bananas and Avocados Can Prevent Heart Attacks . Inadequate potassium and/or magnesium may increase your risk of cardiovascular diseases, but eating one banana and an avocado every day may prevent one of the precursors of the disease: hardening of the arteries.

Now, researchers hope to test the effects of a high-potassium diet on humans, as well. 'With more research, we might be able to see if the disease forms in humans in a similar way and develop treatments,' Dr. Mike Knapton, associate medical director for the British Heart Foundation, told The Sun.

You’ll have to work hard to get your daily recommended intake of potassium, though. The National Institute of Health recommends that adults consume about 3,500 mg of potassium per day. While bananas will certainly do the trick, shake up your diet every once in a while with any of these 10 foods with more potassium than a banana.

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