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How to Avoid A Stroke

The AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION recommends the following to avoid a cardiac stroke.

  • Avoid red meat,eggs and diary products with high fat content
  • Go for skimmed milk and yoghurt
  • Reduce your caffeine intake
  • Salt intake shoulb not be more than one teaspoon per day
  • Cholesterol intake per day should be less than 300 mgm/day
  • Limit fat intake to 25-35 percent of total food intake
  • Increase the intake of fibre

  • Calisthenics
  • Aerobics
  • Yoga
  • Brisk walk
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Do not indulge in heavy weight-lifting.
  • Jogging is not recommended for potential or actual heart patients.

  • Use the stairs
  • Take a walk daily
  • Eat small meals six times a day
  • Opt for whole grain bread
  • Avoid fast food
  • Restrain from active and passive smoking

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