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Foods

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Kendra Arnold

on 23 January 2014

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BY Seylyn, Kendra, Roshana
Foods
Coronary Heart Disease
What is it?
It is a disease in which a waxy substance call plaque builds up inside the coronary arteries. Certain factor like smoking, high level of certain fats and cholesterol in the blood, high blood pressure, and blood vessel inflammation damage the inner layers of the coronary arteries.
Foods allowed:
Lean cuts - well trimmed
Poultry without any skin
Fish
Dry beans
Nonfat yogurt
Tofu
Frozen dairy dessert
Seeds/ Nuts
Natural peanut butter
Brown rice
Whole wheat pasta

Food to avoid:
Egg yolks
Whole milk
Fatty cuts of beef
Cream, half and half
Butter
White pasta
High fat crackers
Low-fat/
Low-Cholesterol
Foods
Preventative

Reduce the use of animal fat
Fat free dairy produces
Using olive, corn, or vegetable oils
Foods
Is a diet that contains limited amounts of fats and foods with high amounts of carbohydrates
Adopting a healthy life style will reduce your risk of coronary heart disease. Following a healthy diet that includes a variety of vegetables and fruits. It also includes whole grain, fat free or low-fat diary products, protein food, and low sodium food. If your overweight or obese you should talk to your doctor and create a reasonable weight-loss plan. It also important to be physically active as you can.
Questions

What type of therapeutic diet is prescribed for this disease?
What types of food are healthy for this disease?
How could you prevent it?

Breakfast:

2 egg whites, 1 turkey bacon, 1 slice of whole wheat toast, 1 cup of skim milk, half of an orange
Lunch:
Salad with baked chicken, 2 tsp of low fat salad dressing, A glass of water
Dinner:
Fish, 1 cup of cooked brown rice, side of broccoli, 1 cup of skim milk
Snacks:
Trail mix; Dried berries, raisins, nuts
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