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Fruits are becoming more and more commonly eaten later. It is available on the cards and online. They are more likely to eat healthier foods than they are aware of. It is a favorite for both adults and children.
Nuts are also known to be beneficial for heart health. The study found that people who are at risk for cardiovascular disease may be more likely to have high blood pressure if they eat a low-fat diet.
The researchers looked at 45 overweight people and those who were overweight. The participants were fed a diet plan during the two weeks prior to the start of the study, which was followed by adjustments in order to keep the plan consistent. When they are low in fat intake, they are divided into three groups and can be used for six weeks as follows.
Diet with fruit
Although it does not contain berries, it does contain the same amount of omega-3 fatty acids as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
There is no fruit, but also the omega-3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and the same amount of omega-6 fatty acid (linoleic acid).
Relationship between fruit consumption and blood pressure
By the end of the study, all patients at risk for coronary heart disease had been found to have a higher level of overall cardiovascular health.
Avoid oats and fruits or fruits. Researchers say that replacing either vegetable or vegetable oils can have beneficial effects on the cardiovascular system.
However, the group that ate only fruit was found to have higher blood pressure than other groups.
“Vegetarians have more benefits than those who eat the same fatty acids found in fruits.” Therefore, it may be more beneficial to eat fruit because of its greater fat content. For example, like fiber. That’s why it is so different from just adding fatty acids, ”said Prof. Penny Kris-Etherton says.
The study by researchers from Pennsylvania State University was published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
Researchers believe that the berries contain alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which has a beneficial effect on blood pressure.
But does the ALA of avocados improve heart health? Researchers are continuing to find out if the ingredients in polyphenols, such as polyphenols, can control hypertension in people with cardiovascular disease.