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Generous intake of dietary fiber, especially cereal and fruit fiber, may help guard against the development of coronary heart disease.
Decreased coronary heart disease risk is associated with high consumption of whole grains.
Habitual consumption of fruits and vegetables may significantly cut down coronary heart disease risk.
High consumption of vegetarian diets may decrease the likelihood of dying from heart disease.This study evaluated the association between regular ingestion of vegetarian and high-fiber diets and mortality risk. Using validated food frequency questionnaires, researchers collated and analyzed dietary data of 10,943 subjects for 7 years. The mortality hazard ratio of each participant in this...
Vegetarians are less likely to develop cardiovascular diseases, such ischemic heart disease, and die from cardiovascular-related causes than non-vegetarians.
A lifestyle that involves the regular intake of low-fat vegetarian diets, aerobic exercise, and stress reduction may improve and reverse the conditions of coronary heart disease patients.
High cardiovascular disease risk is associated with low carb-high protein diets.