Low Fat Diet Holds Great Promise For Reducing Heart Disease

One causative factor that stands out continuously of heart disease is fat in the diet. 400,000 deaths each year may be attributed to obesity. Studies have shown that obesity and heart disease are inevitably linked.

Losing weight can do wonders for your general health and well-being. It may even save you or your loved ones from heart attacks, strokes, and other illnesses in which the role of the "killer" fat is unmistakable.

The worst thing about heart disease is that people can go decades without any sign or symptoms and suddenly have a massive heart attack and drop dead.

If you are currently overweight
than finding ways to control this will greatly reduce your risk of a severe heart attack. You may diet to lose weight, by eliminating certain foods from your diet, by including others in the right amounts, and by the use of nutritional supplements, you can achieve at least a 50 per cent protection against heart attack.

In the United States and Europe butter, eggs, whole milk, cream, meat, fish and poultry fats, and cheese in various combinations is the outstanding fats are being eaten daily.

In these fats, per gram contain 9 calories, which is more than twice the amount of calories than protein or carbohydrate does at four calories each per gram.

By reducing the fat intake will dramatically help you to lose weight. Researchs show that the reduction of fat content in the national diet have many effect on the number of deaths from heart attack.

Pathologists, doctors, and medical researchers, have since produced overwhelming evidence to show that when blood cholesterol and fats are high, the arteries were correspondingly high in the degree of damage or destruction by atherosclerosis. And when the blood levels of fat were low, the damage to heart and brain was also low.

To follow a correct nutritional program, and to follow it consistently, one might almost say religiously is the only one safe and effective way to achieve the correct poundage and to keep it at that figure.

The low-fat way of life can be followed by anyone, anywhere, and it is simple, safe, effective. And it holds great promise for everyone, whether the person has atherosclerosis or not. So Let us "eat to live, not live to eat.

By Haiyan Lai-Heskin