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Diet rich in fruits, vegetables may boost heart health: Study

PARIS: A new study has revealed that consuming a diet fertile in high fibre and antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables improves the heart’s health. 
It has been proven that oily foods, junk food, and trans-fats could take a toll on your heart. The latest study published in Internal Medicine has revealed that consuming a diet profuse with high fibre and antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables can improve heart health to a great extent.
The study said that it is hard to narrow cardiovascular health down to compounds found in supplements. Including fruits and vegetables in the diet may help reap benefits with wholesome nutrition.
Experts emphasized that drugs and medications are important to treat certain conditions but there is no substitute to good diet.
It is important to change our relationship with food, it is not just a palate-pleasing experience. Food can have many healing properties, said the experts.
It has been noted whether it is a case of high cholesterol or high blood pressure, the cause is often partially or wholly one’s poor diet.
Researchers said that people should invest more in fruits and vegetables, especially the ones that are darker in colour because they are most likely to be a good source of anthocyanin, a powerful antioxidant that could reduce cardiac damage.
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