A study published recently suggested the association between Mediterranean and DASH dietary patterns and risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD). A high Southern diet can increase the risk of cardiac death by 10 years and a higher Mediterranean diet can lower the risk of cardiac death by 10 years as the study says.
People with a high Mediterranean diet and reduced risk of cardiac death we show mostly in people with no history of CHD. The southern diet includes foods that are rich in fat, the right foods, eggs, meat, or sweet dishes. The Mediterranean diet includes high levels of fruits, vegetables, fish, nuts, whole grains, and very low levels of meat and dairy products. Studies, no other dietary patterns are associated with the risk of SCD overall.
These studies also tell us about the food security and social determination of health and how we should take proper diet to remain healthy. Diets are always of choice. Southern diet is based on US geography as associated with this dietary pattern. Studies say that American society needs to be more careful about their diet and look more broadly into it because they are more into this diet. Americans eat a large amount of fat especially among youngsters, for example burgers, because of social backgrounds for peer pressure, what we might term as.
The English food they eat may have risk even more because these fatty food falls under the Mediterranean diet, hence increasing the risk of cardiac death. It’s mandatory to include nutritious food like fruits and nuts in your diet to remain strong. “These findings support the notion that a healthier diet would prevent fatal cardiovascular disease and should encourage all of us to adopt a healthier diet as part of our lifestyles,” as said by Stephen Juraschek, MD, Ph.D.
A healthy, proper diet is very important for your regular health. So from next time onwards keep the points of diet chart in mind for yourself and also for the elders in your house.