Asians in Britain are at greater risk of heart disease
[Greater risk coronary heart disease, definition, causes, risk and rescue]
According to a report published in the Kardiology in Practice, Asian male females living in London are at twice the greater risk of coronary heart disease. They are the only people in the world in cases of heart diseases. Those who are at highest risk of heart diseases.
His health has steadily declined over the last two decades. In the 1960s, cases of heart have been seen in these people 20 percent more than the national average.
The reason for the decline in heart health can be seen in the food habits of these Asians. After settling in Britain, they continue to eat indigenous ghee and butter full of beverages.
But under the pressure of the social environment, they give up eating garlic. Which proves dangerous to the heart.
Garlic keeps the arteries clean. This has been confirmed by the results of double-bind placebo controlled trials published in cardiology. Under which, who was given a garlic cake and who was given a sweet pill (or a full-fledged drug, placebo), this was hidden from both the patients and the doctors.
The tests proved that garlic not only proved to be useful in lowering blood pressure, but also by reducing the level of cholesterol in the blood and preventing the accumulation of waste in the blood vessels associated with the heart muscle.
The garlic usually included in Indian diet compensates for the loss from lubricating.
But in the social environment of Britain, the smell of garlic does not suit anyone. The culture of appearance and fashion also corrupts our food.
– Dr. Narendra Singh