Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Coronary Heart Disease - Plaque and Blocks in Coronary Arteries



Explaining the Decrease in U.S. Deaths from Coronary Disease, 1980–2000
June 7, 2007
N Engl J Med 2007; 356:2388-2398
DOI: 10.1056/NEJMsa053935

Managing Your Heart Disease

Wrote this on 26 December 2016

Can You Reverse Coronary Heart Disease?

Yes. Says Dr. Ornish.

What It Takes

Walking at least half an hour every day.
Alternatively, for an hour three times a week.

Do Yoga, meditation to reduce stress.

Change your diet.

To reverse heart disease, become a vegetarian.

Fill your plate with fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes. Use low fa dairy and egg whites.

Avoid fats, refined sugar, and processed carbohydrate foods.

Eat foods in their natural form as much as possible.

Along with diet changes and exercise schedule

Reduce and stick to a weight within BMI limits.
Take medications prescribed  by Doctor.
Visit  doctor  as advised.
Stop smoking and do not be smokers.


The webmd article is still there on 3 Feb 2018. But the remark is that it is archived meaning old article.

Updated 2018 -  3 February 2018
26 December 2016

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