New studies suggest that eating your fruits and vegetables may do more good than we thought. A study conducted by New York University School of Medicine has shown that eating three or more servings of fruit and vegetables a day may decrease the risk of artery diseases. A plant based diet is beneficial in so many ways, especially for your vascular health.
Catching vascular conditions early can prevent strokes or the need for amputation. Knowing the signs and symptoms of vascular disease can help patients seek treatment as soon as possible. IF you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following symptoms be sure to contact our Dayton, OH vein doctor Dr. Sinnathamby.
Plant Based Diet Decrease Risk of Vascular Disease
The good news is eating your fruits and vegetables and exercising regularly can decrease your risk of vascular disease. Plant based diets are lower in cholesterol and are less likely to form artery-clogging plaque. The cross-sectional study conducted by the New York University School of Medicine used data from over 3.7 million patients to determine that those who ate at least three servings of vegetables or fruit daily had significantly fewer incidents of PAD.
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Dr. Sinnathamby is a highly trained and experienced doctor focusing on the diagnosis and non-invasive treatment of vascular conditions. Varicose to Perfect is a state of the art facility equipped with the most modern technology for the minimally invasive treatment of vascular conditions. If you have a vascular condition contact our Dayton, OH office or schedule a consultation online.