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Mere father ko recently heart attack aaya tha. Ab vo ghar aa gaye hai ab hum unko kya diet de?

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No fatty or heavy diet. Light food like moong khichri, sups, fibrous diet of course light normal food too. Light walk advised. I would suggest some good pure herbal cardiac tonics too. E. G. Arjuna powder and arjunarishta etc. For more clarification may see local ayd doctor.
According to the american heart association, a heart-healthy diet is low in saturated fat contains at least four to five cups of fruits and vegetables every day, has at least two servings (3.5 ounces per serving) of fish a week? includes at least three 1-ounce servings of fiber-rich whole grains every day? is low in sodium (less than 1, 500 milligrams per day? contains no more than 36 ounces of sugar-sweetened beverages a week.
Please keep sugar, oil and ghee content on the lower side. And consult privately for detailed assistance. Dr. Surbhi agrawal Consultant physician and diabetologist
Ayurveda me heart ko cure krne k kai sare upchar hai. Apne father ki problem k bare me mujhe aur jankari do aur abhi se arjun kwath khali pet din me do baar dena shuru kroo. Okk.
All boiled food in lunch and dinner for 6 months fruit juice daily 2 times report me after 4 weeks tea after lunch and dinner.
If possible all family member should follow cardiac diet. Foods that increase cholesterol should b avoided like non veg (mutton) you can eat fish (reduces cholesterol) take all green vegetables. Daal rice. You can take all fruits if not dm. Very important is cooking oil as it increase cholesterol so use always two types of oil in a day ex- morning rice bran oil and evening sun flower oil. Avoid all types of fast food. Bakery products. Eat healthy stay healthy.
Unko no fat no oil and low sugar k hisab se diet adjust karna jaise chappati k upar ghee ya tel nahi lagana hai aur bhajji mai bhi kam se kam tel use karna hai.
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