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Diet for high blood pressure and coronary heart disease

High blood pressure (Hypertension) is a risk factor for inducing coronary heart diseases, and a considerable number of patients with high blood pressure suffer from coronary heart diseases at the same time. The occurrence and development of coronary heart diseases are closely associated with diets, and proper diets are of great significance in the prevention and treatment of coronary heart diseases, and can prevent the occurrence of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

Develop Healthy Eating Habits for high blood pressure and coronary heart disease

item For patients with high blood pressure and coronary heart diseases, should eat more fresh, red, yellow, and green vegetables, generally not less than 500 grams per day.

item Light diet, the daily salt intake should not exceed 4 grams, including seasoning and salt from snacks.

item In order to reduce the burden on the heart, don't eat too much, for supper, eat just 70% full.

item Oils that contain high oleic acids can be chosen as cooking oils, such as olive oil and tea oil, which help to regulate blood lipids.

item Eat more high vitamin C and high potassium vegetables and fruits, such as tomatoes, potatoes, kiwi, banana, etc.

item The daily three meals should be taken quantitatively and regularly, and had better include both meat and vegetables.

item Do not drink, especially strong drinks of high degrees.

Diet for high blood pressure and coronary heart disease: Do's and Dont's

do's Control your total calorie intake, this can help you maintain a healthy weight, because excess calorie intake can lead to overweight and obesity , this is not conducive to the health of patients with high blood pressure and coronary heart disease.

do's Eat deep sea fish one or two times a week. Deep sea fish are rich in poly-unsaturated fatty acids, which can promote lipid metabolism, reduce serum cholesterol, serum triglyceride, bad cholesterol (Low Density Lipoprotein) and very low density lipoprotein (VLDL).

do's Moderate intake of proteins is advised. The content of proteins in the daily food of patients should not exceed one gram of protein per kilogram of body weight, and milk, yogurt, fish and bean products should be consumed more frequently.

do's Drink a small amount of tea, the tea polyphenols in tea can improve the permeability of capillary walls, and can effectively enhance blood vessel elasticity, reduce the degree of atherosclerosis.

dont's Don't eat more eggs. Eat 1 eggs every two days.

dont's Eat less or do not eat foods that contains a large amount of animal fat, such as fat meat, butter, lard and so on. Cholesterol intake should be less than 300 mg daily.

dont's You should not eat spicy food, such as chili, mustard, ginger, etc. These foods will accelerate the heartbeat, myocardial hypoxia, cause angina pectoris, etc.

Foods for high blood pressure and coronary heart disease: Do's and Dont's

do's Best foods for high blood pressure and coronary heart disease

item Foods that you can eat in moderation

dont's Foods that you cannot eat or eat less

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