Hello, Thank you for your question. I will try my best to help you with your questions.
It is a very general question and it is not possible to explain it.. but i can give you some insight.
Heart disease is divided into three parts, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies
and infectious diseases.
Symptoms include chest pain
shortness of breath
Normally after 20 years of age you should get heart examination
if normal then after every 5 years
Sports like cricket, foot ball
running and jogging are good.
best recommended is 30 minute brisk walk for 30 minutes 5 days a week
I hope this answers your question.
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how many calories/ fats/ carbs heart patient can take in a daily basis In gemetal I.
1500 kcal per day
less than 10 percent of fat
around 30 percent carbs
and 30 percent protein
and 200grams of fruit
and 200 grams of vegetable per day.
i have a project for school to make a cooking book for heart deasis patients
Ok, that will take some research... i have given you basic guide and you can work on details and references.
So I need to consider the cherosterol levels and sugar in the dishes ?
you have to check the calories of each item which you will add in your book
and their ingredients like fats, carbs and proteins
What is the maximum portion of sugar in one dish ?
ideally around 30% or less
i hope this answers your questions.
I have research on this can i use your name and what you work as?
well it will not help because on this web site we can only assist and cannot be used as a reference
But i only wanted to interview someone who knows about heart disease
yes you did...
So can i use your name?
you can... but you should understand the rules of using this site.
it is a site for information not used as a reference or medical treatment.
Thank You for you help Dr. Saeed
you are welcome.
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best of luck with assignment.
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