how to control diet of a attacked person?
Certain foods are avoided, such as salt, “bad” fats like saturated or trans fats, and cholesterol. Likewise, other foods are typically recommended for a quick recovery and long-term health, such as “good” fats like monounsaturated or polyunsatruated fats, and foods containing antioxidants.
A carefully designed diet plan can prevent a heart attack or to avoid its recurrence. The key is to eat whole foods and a predominantly vegetarian diet, consisting mostly of fresh vegetables and fruits, whole grains and nuts and seeds.
During the first week following a heart attack, take several small meals low in salt. Avoid cold fluids. Vegetables such as cauliflower, asparagus and carrots are good. They are easily tolerated, low in salt and provide important vitamins and minerals.
Researchers have found that eating just an ounce of walnuts a day may reduce the risk of a heart attack by 8 to 10 percent.
Chew a clove of garlic in the mornings, after which have a glass of warm water with a teaspoon of honey. The garlic and water strengthen the heart muscle and improve circulation.