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Had Angioplasty in 2012. Taking medications. Can I take alcohol and fried food?

my name is A PauL 59 years old Indian Male, Had Angioplasty in 2012 ,With four major Block and Doc has fixed 4 stents..iam having Amlodipene 5mg/ telma 40mg,clopi dogrel 75mg,MetoprolXL 50mg, Aspirin 150mg daily Od.. Iam fine can walk brisk for 3km daily also iam taking Atrovastin 20mg . for last one year. Can a take alcohol or fried foon now
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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some have suggested that the higher consumption of red wine in France results in lower CVD. Although the reduced incidence of CVD disease associated with moderate alcohol consumption is well established,There is a lack of medical consensus about whether moderate consumption of beer, wine, or distilled spirits is benefit for heart disease.
you can take alcohol maximum 2 peg/day ( 2 times in a week) , but alcohol cause cardiomyopathy and increase hypertension ( if your ejection fraction is less and BP is there then avoid alcohol)
there is myth that fried food increase heart disease ( you can take fried food , but use sunflower, olive, canon oil for frying , and avoid used oil ( used oil is very bad for heart disease)
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