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Hello doc, This question is for my mother in law. She is 72 years old. She had wound on her left heel and so we consulted vascular surgeon. As per the reports, she had nearly 80% stenosis and doc advised us to go for angioplasty. She has gone through angioplasty two weeks back. Now, our we have question about her diet. We would like to give her meat (chicken/mutton) in her afternoon meal. Please advise us if she can include meat in her diet. We are confused to give her non veg as she had blocks, which stopped the blood flow to the lower limb (due to which her wound was not healing) Thank you

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You can give her the food there is no harm. But take homoeopathic treatment to avoid the recurrence of stenosis. As angioplasty removes this one but does not prevent future problems.
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