Eating fruits and vegetables could lower the risk of heart failure by 41 percent, a new study finds.

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Eating fruits and vegetables could lower the risk of heart failure by 41 percent, a new study finds.

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The regular use of vegetable, fruit, poultry and fish reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases, especially heart Failure by 41%, Mayo Clinic in Rochester.

UK’s famous Mayo Clinic expert Doctors insist that if you want to stay safe from the heart attack, avoid more meat, greasy food, sweet drinks, cold drinks and fast foods, and start the use of vegetables, fruits, nuts and fish.

Heart Failure disease is increasing day by day throughout the world.
Heart failure occurs when the heart is unable to pump enough blood and oxygen throughout the body.
Dr. Kyla Lara, a cardiology fellow at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, and her team, have examined the associations between five major dietary patterns and the risk of heart failure among people without any known history of heart disease.
For this she chose some new patients who were effected recently this disease.

Experts said that the risk of heart attack increases 72 percen by southern diet in which eggs, fried foods, greasy foods, processed meat and soft drinks are included.
Expert says the use of Plant based diet like vegetables and fruits reduce the risk of heart disease by 41 percent.

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