Consuming Plant-based Food Decrease The Risk Of Heart Disease
In a recent research, it has been discovered that eating plant-based foods decrease the risk of heart disease.The population size used for the data and results were on just over 12,100 men and women who had taken part in a study called ‘Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities.’
During the research, they revealed the size portions of their meals and what they typically eat and drink in a day. None of the participants within the age range of 45 - 64 years old, had reported signs of heart disease when taking part in the study.
Starting in 1987, partcipants who were being studied were later found out by the researchers that those with plant-based food plans, had a 16% less risk of having heart issues. They also had a 32% less chance of dying from a cardiovascular-related problem.
The researchers based these diets on those who consumed 4.1 to 4.8 servings of fruit and vegetables on a daily basis.
Results from our study suggest that progressively increasing the intake of plant foods and subsequently reducing the intake of animal foods is associated with benefits on cardiovascular health and mortality risk, Study authors, via report.
The study can be found in the ‘Journal of the American Heart Association.’
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