Thursday, 16 Jul 2020

Adopt the habits from these countries to reduce the risk of you getting heart related diseases


IllustrationIllustration - Heart disease is still a frightening specter in Indonesia, especially heart attack. Even the age trend has declined in the productive age. One of the contributing factors is of course an unhealthy lifestyle. Various studies have revealed that countries such as Japan, Korea, and France have the lowest heart related diseases if compared to other countries, and some of their lifestyles we can emulate to lower the rate of heart related diseases in our country.

As the example in their foods, fermented food is a staple food in Korea, one of which is Kimchi which is the main dish there. Nutritionists say that fermented foods have health benefits, especially for the heart. Other benefits are increasing immunity, intestines, digestion, and helping to lose weight.

There is also an invitation from the Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Susi Pudjiastuti, who asked the Indonesian people to eat fish every day, because according to research, eating one or two servings of fish a week can reduce the risk of heart-related complications.

Next, Japanese people prefer drinking tea, both green tea or herbal tea than coffee. If the ordinary tea contains high antioxidants and can maintain blood pressure and cholesterol levels. In green tea also contains flavonoids which are very good for heart health.

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