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Heart Attack

Keep your lifelines clear and let blood flow freely to your heart. According to research or other evidence, the following self-care steps may be helpful.

The right diet is the key to managing many diseases and to improving general quality of life. For this condition, scientific research has found benefit in the following healthy eating tips.

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Choose good fatsEating foods high in monounsaturated fat, such as olive oil, and polyunsaturated fat, as found in nuts and most vegetable oils, may help protect against heart attack.
Eat canola oil and flaxseedPeople who eat diets high in alpha-linolenic acid—found in canola oil and flaxseed products—have high blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which may protect against heart attacks.
Feast on fishSeveral trials report that eating fish decreases heart attack deaths.
Focus on fiberA high-fiber diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables, beans, oats, and whole grains may protect against heart attacks.
Go nutsResearch consistently shows that people who frequently eat nuts have a reduced risk of heart disease, possibly because eating nuts lowers cholesterol.
Opt for complex carbsEating a diet high in refined carbohydrates (such as white flour, white rice, simple sugars) appears to increase heart attack risk, especially in overweight women.
Stay away from sugarSugar has been associated with reduced HDL (“good”) cholesterol, increased triglycerides, and an increase in other heart attack risk factors.
Try a low-salt dietPreliminary research has shown that eating too much salt increases the risk for heart disease and death from heart disease in overweight people, further research is needed to confirm these findings.
Don’t waitMaking positive dietary changes immediately following a heart attack is likely to decrease the chance of a second heart attack.
Have an occasional drinkMost studies confirm that light to moderate alcohol consumption (one to three drinks per day) significantly reduces heart attack risk compared with heavy or no drinking.
Avoid heavy coffee drinkingDrinking five or more cups of coffee per day is associated with an increased risk of nonfatal heart attack in both men and women.
Avoid hydrogenated oils, saturated fat, and dairy fatMany doctors tell people trying to reduce their risk of heart disease to avoid all meat, margarine, and other processed foods containing hydrogenated oils and dairy fat.
Go easy on the eggsPeople with diabetes who eat eggs have higher heart disease risk, so they should limit eggs. People who don’t have diabetes, eating one egg per day is not associated with increased risk.

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