10 super foods people with myocardial anemia should eat to relieve chest pain



What should I eat to reduce chest pain and prevent myocardial infarction? Here are 10 foods that cardiologists recommend that people with anemia should eat.

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1. Avocado - fruit helps to reduce bad cholesterol

Avocados contain a lot of unsaturated fats that help reduce the bad LDL cholesterol and increase the good HDL cholesterol. Not to mention, avocado is also rich in potassium, effective against coronary artery calcification. If you have myocardial anemia, immediately add avocado to your daily menu by eating it directly, making a smoothie or a salad.

2. Garlic - "super" spices help relax blood vessels, improve circulation

Research at the University of Alabama in Birmingham shows that garlic can help dilate blood vessels up to 72%. This will contribute to increased blood flow to feed the heart muscle. The simplest way to get the benefits of garlic is to regularly add it to dishes. If you don't mind the smell, you can eat raw or roasted garlic.

3. Turmeric - the secret to stopping blood clots, reducing angina

Curcumin in turmeric has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. This will help prevent the formation of blood clots (blood clots) that cause myocardial ischemia. Research also shows that turmeric can contribute to alleviating angina. 

You can crush turmeric and mix it with honey water or warm milk. Turmeric dishes such as turmeric cooked chicken, turmeric vermicelli ... are also good choices for you.

4. Fatty fish - omega-3 source to help prevent heart attack

Experts recommend: people with myocardial anemia should eat at least 2 meals of fatty fish (mackerel, salmon ...) per week. 

Many studies prove, fatty fish rich in omega - 3 will help control blood fat and reduce the rate of heart attack. This food also helps fight inflammation - one of the causes of atherosclerosis, myocardial anemia.

5. Pomegranate - "the key" in the prevention of atherosclerosis, anti-oxidation

People with cardiomyopathy should eat pomegranate or drink pomegranate juice daily. This fruit is rich in antioxidants, which help protect blood vessels from the attack of atheroma. Furthermore, the pomegranate also stimulates the production of nitric oxide, which effectively stabilizes blood pressure.

6. Whole grains - help reduce atheroma size

The rich fiber in whole grains will help limit the growth of atherosclerosis. This type of starch also helps people with both heart muscle anemia and diabetes to lower blood sugar better.

7. Olive oil - a source of fats good for the heart

Instead of fat from animal fats, people with cardiomyopathy should use olive oil. The monounsaturated fatty acid composition of olive oil has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack and stroke.

8. Ginger - "remedy" for narrow blocked arteries

The compounds gingerols and shogaols in ginger work to prevent the formation of plaque causing narrowing of the lumen and lowering blood cholesterol. People with cardiomyopathy can drink about 2 cups of warm ginger water per day or add ginger to foods.

9. Broccoli - vegetables help prevent coronary stenosis

Like whole grains, broccoli is also high in fiber, which increases the strength of the strong walls and reduces the risk of coronary stenosis. If you have myocardial anemia, use this vegetable more often.

10. Nuts - help stabilize blood pressure, protect the heart

When it comes to people with anemia, nuts are indispensable to eat. This is a rich source of unsaturated fats, vitamins, and fiber to help stabilize blood pressure and protect the heart effectively. Try to combine 1 handful of almonds, cashews, walnuts or peanuts ... into snacks to have a healthier heart.

Tips for patients with myocardial anemia

Along with prioritizing heart-healthy foods, experts recommend that people with myocardial anemia should:

  • Limit red meats, margarine, fast foods, and fried foods.
  • Don't eat as much pickles, canned foods and bland as possible.
  • Use drugs as directed and do regular visits.
  • Walk every 20-30 minutes to develop coronary collateral circulation, myocardial infarction prevention.

Source: New Family

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