If you change these 5 habits, you can reduce the risk of heart attack by 80%

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Heart disease takes the lives of about 350,000 Brazilians every year, making it the leading cause of death for both men and women.

Only this year, approximately 100,000 Brazilians will have a heart attack, and most of them will die because of it.

A heart attack occurs when the flow of blood from a part of the heart becomes blocked.

It is often the result of plaque buildup inside the arteries (atherosclerosis), which can form a blood clot that blocks blood flow.

If the blockage is not quickly eliminated, a portion of your heart muscle will begin to die and be replaced with scar tissue, which can cause serious problems in the future.

You probably should already be aware that your lifestyle plays a role in the risk of heart disease (including heart attacks), but maybe you have not taken it seriously yet.

If you need some motivation, consider a new study conducted at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, one of Europe’s largest medical universities.

It has been found that the existence of five healthy lifestyles at the same time can prevent about 80% of heart attacks.

Even the researchers were surprised that healthy lifestyles were so powerful in reducing the incidence of a heart attack.

They said: “It is not surprising that a healthy lifestyle? Lead to a reduction in heart attacks. What is surprising is how drastically the risk fell due to these factors. ”

This is not the first time a survey has found this.

The INTERHEART 2004 study looked at risk factors for heart disease in more than 50 countries and found that 90% of heart disease cases are completely preventable: simply modify your diet and lifestyle.

Unfortunately, most people are know take advantage of life habits.

For example, the Karolinska Institute study covered men aged 45 to 79 years.

Only 1% of them had all five “low-risk” habits that could prevent a heart attack.


What are these five healthy lifestyle habits?

Here they are:

1. Have a healthy diet

2. Being physically active (walking / cycling)

3. Have the small waist circumference

4. Have a very moderate consumption of alcohol

5. No smoking

The first of the items, healthy diet, is perhaps the most difficult to put into practice.

He is not even well understood.


Today it is known that the great villain of the heart is not the saturated fat found in butter, lard or eggs.

The biggest enemies of the heart are sugar, refined carbohydrates, processed foods (such as sausage and ham) and hydrogenated vegetable oils (the ones sold in supermarkets in transparent plastic containers such as soy, corn, sunflower and canola).

We can summarize a healthy practice for not having heart disease as follows:

1. Eat non-industrialized / processed saturated animal fats.

Ignore the media at this point (and many others!).

You will benefit greatly from these fats.

But, of course, it is not to overdo consumption.

Everyone knows the secret is in moderation.

2. Avoid all sugars, including fructose and cereals, especially if you are resistant to insulin and leptin.

It does not matter if the sugar source is conventional or organic.

It is now known that a high sugar diet promotes insulin resistance and leptin, which is a primary factor for heart disease.

3. Exercise regularly.

Physical activity is as important as a healthy diet.

Use a combination of high intensity training, strength training and stretching.

5. Avoid over-activity.

Sitting straight for three hours a day or more is quite harmful.

Get up, move, put the blood to circulate.

6. Optimize your vitamin D levels, either through adequate sun exposure or by supplementing vitamin D3 orally.

7. Walk barefoot regularly to get in touch with the earth.

By doing so, electrons from the earth’s surface are transferred to your body, and this grounding effect is one of the most potent antioxidants we know and helps to relieve inflammation throughout the body

8. Know how to manage your daily stress.

This is a news blog about home treatments. It does not replace a specialist. Always consult your doctor.


source : receitasdarede.net

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