According to information from the World Health Organization (WHO), Cardiovascular diseases are one of the leading causes of death in the world. These types of diseases leave several consequences in the body, the most serious being a heart attack.
In most cases, a heart attack occurs as a result of excessive consumption of products that contain high levels of sugar, sodium and fat which raise cholesterol and triglyceride levels increasing the risk of heart damage. It is because of that To keep this vital organ in good condition it is important to adopt a healthy lifestyle well a sedentary lifestyle can cause certain heart conditions.
When talking about healthy lifestyles, you should know that it is not only about exercise, but about a correct diet enriched with the necessary nutrients and vitamins for the proper functioning of the body. In this sense, it is important to point out that a study carried out by British Medical Journal (The MBJ)UK medical journal, showed that the consumption of vitamin D helps in the prevention of heart attacks.
What foods contain vitamin D?
This vitamin can be found in foods like fresh tuna, trout, salmon, mackerel, conger eel, horse mackerel, sardines, eggs, cheese and milk. Another way to obtain this vitamin is with exposure to the sun’s rays.However, it is important that they are short periods since long exposure to ultraviolet rays also generates consequences.
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