People who consume large quantities of food fried and drinking sugary drinks have about 56% higher risk of having a heart attack compared to those who choose healthy food.
American scientists conducted a study involving more than 17,000 people, among whites and African Americans, who had no heart problems before the survey.
The investigation lasted six years and found that those foods eating fried, fatty food processing, bacon, ham, scrambled eggs, hashbrowns and drank sugary and carbonated drinks were at a much greater danger than the eating a healthy diet. The risk of heart attack increases by 56% for those who eat fried food.
The scientist, nutritionist and epidemiologist James chicane says that regardless of race, sex and place of residence, if you often eat fried food, you are at increased risk of developing heart disease, so it is necessary to introduce gradual changes in diet.
So therefore, try to reduce the number of fried foods and processed amount of three days a week meat. Instead, eat vegetables and chicken.