Health Relationship Between Vegetables And Heart Health(2023)

Health Relationship Between Vegetables And Heart Health

Qi Feng, an epidemiologist at the Nuffield Department of Population Health at the University of Oxford, said in a statement, “Our large study did not find evidence for a protective effect of vegetable intake on the occurrence of CVD (cardiovascular disease).”

While the study may have sidelined the importance of cooked vegetables for heart health, it supported the consumption of raw vegetables. Not to forget, these diet changes do nothing favorable if accompanied by smoking, drinking and lack of physical activity.

Green vegetables are always associated with goof heart health ! 

“Instead, our analysis shows that the seemingly protective effect of vegetable intake against cardiovascular disease risk is very likely to be accounted for by bias related to differences in socio-economic situation and lifestyle,” Feng said.
However, this study made nutritionists oppose the findings.

Here’s what Nutritionist have to say:

Shikha Aggarwal Sharma, Nutritionist and Founder of Fat to Slim spoke to HealthShots taking exception to the results of this study.

“I don’t entirely agree that vegetables don’t contribute to better heart health. What we consume makes or breaks our health. Leafy greens and all fresh veggies are essential for staying healthy and fit. I agree that your lifestyle, stress level, and modus operandi all play a factor in your health. However, your dietary habits, particularly consuming light, fresh, and green vegetables, helps to nourish the body. It also detoxifies it naturally, and establishes positive habits. It maintains and balances the body’s hormonal and chemical compounds, all of which help to lower heart risk.

Lifestyle factors like quitting smoking and working out may improve heart health. 

For the uninitiated, a heart attack may happen when the blood flow, carrying oxygen to the heart muscle, is obstructed or reduced due to any blockage or severely narrowing of the arteries. Some common symptoms of heart failure may include nausea, upper body pain, chest pain, breathlessness, breaking out in a cold sweat, or dizziness.

With the spike in the number of young women getting heart diseases, there is an urgent need for women to make healthy diet and lifestyle changes. And to be honest, eating just the vegetables may not shield you against cardiovascular diseases.

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