Balanced diet reduces the risk of blood clotting : Different types of debates and arguments are always being given about which is beneficial for health and which is more harmful in eating vegetarianism and non-vegetarian food. But now researchers from the US-based Aarhus University found in a new study that a balanced diet reduces the risk of bleeding or clotting in the brain. The findings of this study conducted by the Public Health Department of America ‘Stroke‘ in the journal published have been done. It has been said that consuming more of vegetarian foods and less consumption of non-veg (non-vegetarian) foods is good for health. This study is also important in this respect, because in a previous study in Britain, it was said that vegetarians are at higher risk of bleeding in the brain than non-vegetarians.
For the new study, researchers used data from the Danish Diet, Cancer and Health Population Study. According to the Danish Climate Friendly Dietary Guidelines, eat plant-rich foods, varied and do not eat too much.
Eat more vegetables and fruits, eat less meat – choose legumes and fish. Eat whole grains, choose vegetable oils and low-fat dairy products. Eat less sweet, salty and fatty and quench your thirst with water.
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what the experts say
lead this study Christina Dahm “If adult men or women take a balanced diet and a fibrous diet, their risk of bleeding or clotting in the brain is reduced,” she says.
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In this study, conducted in the ninth decade of the last century, 57,053 people were included, whose age was between 50-64 years. In a recent study, it has been advised to eat a balanced amount of greens and fruits and to eat less amount of non-vegetarian and high-fat food.
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