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This food will help you to prevent Heart Attack, reversal of Heart Attack . Myself Dr. Imtiyaz Kondkari. from Mumbai India. You May contact me on 00919833815938 / 009322253527

This food will help you to prevent Heart Attack, reversal of Heart Attack . Myself Dr. Imtiyaz Kondkari. from Mumbai India. You May contact me on 00919833815938 / 009322253527

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  • 1. D R . I M T I YA Z KO N D K A R I B U M S , C C H , C G O , C F P, S FA , TRAINER FOR FIRST AIDT T RAINER TRAINER FOR CPR ( C A R D I O - P U L M O N A RY R ES U S C I TAT I O N )PRACTISING RARELY TREATED DISEASESi.e. OBESITY, ARREST HAIRFALL,BENIGN HYPERTROPHY OF PROSTATE, DIABETESERECTILE DYSFUNCTION IN MALE, AZOSPERMIA IN MALE,SEXEXPERT, PREVENTION AND REVERSAL OF HEART ATTACK,TREATMENT OF PILES WITHOUT OPERATION
  • 2. Angina is chest pain that is due to an inadequatesupply of oxygen to the heart muscle.
  • 3. How Soon to Return to Work after a Heart Attack Some heart attack survivors may be able to go back to work much sooner than is typically recommended. Certain heart attack patients are ableto return to work just two weeks after suffering the attack, without raising their risk of a repeat attack or other complications.
  • 4. Those patients deemed to be at low risk of a second heart attack, based on testsconducted during their hospital stay can return to work much sooner than the usual six to eight weeks.
  • 5. IntroductionHere Ive put together a list of the "best of the best"heart-healthy foods.The foods listed here are all top-performers in protecting yourheart and blood vessels.Ive also got menu ideas –so you can easily bring heart-healthy foods into your dailybreakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • 6. 1. SalmonNutrients: Omega-3 fatty acids.
  • 7. 2. Flaxseed (ground)Nutrients: Omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, phytoestrogens.Ground flaxseed hides easily in all sorts of foods -- yogurt parfaits, morning cereal, homemademuffins, or cookies.
  • 8. 3. OatmealNutrients: Omega-3fattyacids, magnesium, potassium, foliate, niacin, calcum, soluble fibre.Recipe Idea: Top hotoatmeal with freshberries. Oatmeal-and-raisin cookies are ahearty treat
  • 9. 4. Black or Kidney BeansNutrients: B-complex Recipevitamins, niacin, foliate, magnesi Idea:um, omega-3 fattyacids, calcium, soluble fibre. Give soups or salads a nutrient boost -- stir in some beans.
  • 10. 5. AlmondsNutrients:Plant omega-3fatty acids, vitamin E,magnesium,fibre, heart-favourable mono- Recipe Idea:and Mix a few almonds (and berries)polyunsaturated into low-fat yogurt,fats, trail mix,phytoster or fruit salads.
  • 11. 6. WalnutsNutrients: Plant omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E,magnesium, foliate, fibre,heart-favorable mono- and polyunsaturated fats, phytosterols.Recipe Idea:Walnuts add flavourful crunch to salads, pastas,cookies, muffins, even pancakes.
  • 12. Brown RiceNutrients:B-complexvitamins,fiber, niacin,magnesium,Recipe Idea: Microwavable brownrice makes a quick lunch. Stir in a few chopped veggies(broccoli, carrots, spinach).
  • 13. BlueberriesNutrients:Beta-carotene and lutein(carotenoids), anthocyanin (a flavonoid), ellagicacid(a polyphenol),vitamin C, folate, calcium,magnesium, potassium, fiber.Recipe Idea:Cranberries, strawberries, raspberries are nutrient-rich too -- for trailmixes, muffins, and
  • 14. Spinach Nutrients: Beta-carotene (a carotenoid), Vi tamins C andRecipe Idea: E, potassium, fPick spinach (not lettuce)for nutrient-packed olate, calcium,salads and sandwiches. fiber.
  • 15. BroccoliNutrients:Beta-carotene (a carotenoid), Vitamins C and E,potassium, folate, calcium, fiber.Recipe Idea: Chop fresh broccoli into store-boughtsoup. For a veggie dip, try hummus (chickpeas).
  • 16. Sweet PotatoNutrients: B e t a - c a r o t e n e ( a c a r o t e n o i d ) ,Vitamins C and E, potassium,foliate, calcium, fibre.Recipe Idea:Microwave in azip-lock baggie forlunch.Eat au naturale,or withpineapple bits
  • 17. OrangeNutrients:Beta-cryptoxanthin, beta- and alpha-carotene, lutein (carotenoids) andflavones (flavonoids), vitamin C, potassium, foliate, fibre.Recipe Idea:Got orange juice? Check out the new nutrient-packed blends.
  • 18. Tomatoes Nutrients: Beta- and alpha- carotene, lycope ne, luteinRecipe Idea: (carotenoids), vitFor a flavour twist try aminoil-packed tomatoes insandwiches, salads, pas C, potassium, folitas, and pizzas. ate, fibre.
  • 19. PapayaNutrients:Beta-carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, lutein(carotenoids), Vitamins C andE, foliate, calcium, magnesium, potassium.Recipe Idea:Serve papaya salsa with salmon: Mix papaya, pineapple,scallions, garlic, fresh lime juice,salt, and black pepper.

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