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What to eat for breakfast to reduce the risk of stroke

Ihor Romanko

What foods should be eaten in the morning to reduce the risk of stroke

Start your day right by reducing your risk of stroke with a healthy and balanced breakfast. Your choice of foods can contribute to your overall well-being and support a healthy lifestyle.

OBOZREVATEL offers tips on what to include in breakfast to minimize the risk of stroke and improve cardiovascular health. It is important to listen to your body and avoid skipping breakfast, as it is associated with an increased risk of stroke and other health problems.

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  1. Whole grain products: Choose whole grain products such as oatmeal or whole wheat toast. They are rich in fiber, which helps lower cholesterol and maintain a healthy weight. Add fruit, such as berries and bananas, to your breakfast for antioxidants and potassium.
  2. Omega-3: Consider omega-3 fatty acids by adding walnuts or flaxseeds to your morning meal. These fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties and can reduce the risk of blood clots. Low-fat dairy products, such as yogurt or milk, add calcium and vitamin D to help maintain blood pressure.
  3. Low-fat protein products: Choose lean protein sources such as eggs or tofu cooked without excess oil. Add vegetables, such as spinach or peppers, for vitamins and minerals.
  4. Natural sweeteners: Limit your intake of added sugars and opt for natural sweeteners such as honey or fresh fruit. Sugar-free beverages, such as herbal tea or water, promote hydration and overall health.
  5. Healthy fats: Add sources of healthy fats to your breakfast, such as avocado or nut butter. These fats help control blood sugar and reduce the risk of stroke.

Attention: This content is for informational purposes only and does not contain any medical advice. For medication, diagnosis, and other medical advice, please consult your doctor.

As a reminder, we have already written about foods rich in calcium and vitamin D.

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