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Diet in partial block of coronary vessel, please suggest me

i recentely underwent angiography as a part of master health check up the report says there is 40% block in the coronary vessel. the doc advised me to undergo angioplasty. also he said to maintain strict dietary restrictions the block may resolve by itself and may not require surgery. how to stick to a restriction in diet as i love to eat non veg, any alternatives is there can any of you can suggest
Asked On : Fri, 16 Oct 2009
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You should stop eating non veg items. your health is more important now. You need to make changes in your diet to prevent further blockage of the blood vessel. Avoid oily, fatty foods. Avoid junk foods.
Answered: Sat, 17 Oct 2009
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if Bp is the cause for block of vessels, control bp and take less salt. if sugar is the problem for block then stop taking sweets. thats it.
Answered: Sat, 17 Oct 2009
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