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What's The Best Diet for People With PAD
Any diet for Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) should reduce your intake of the types of fats associated with progression of cardiovascular disease.
The total effects of these dietary changes are reduced low-density, or bad cholesterol and reduction in blood pressure.
A number of diets have been assessed by the AHA and the American College of Cardiology to determine the proven effectiveness of these diets. Specifically, the following diets have had proven effects in preventing cardiovascular disease or decreasing progression of the disease. However, they have differing aims.
These diets below provide various benefits. To choose a diet that is best for your specific needs, be sure to discuss with your doctor.
Recommended Diets For PAD
The Mediterranean Diet increases good cholesterol better than low-fat diets and improves quality and length of life in those who adopt it.
The DASH Diet helps Stop Hypertension) diet limits sodium and overall fat intake, and it calls for avoidance of alcohol.
The Low-Fat Diet can improve life quality and expectancy in patients with cardiovascular disease. Once again, as with the other diets noted above, this diet has not specifically been compared exclusively in those with PAD.
The Low-Carbohydrate Diet especially when added to a low-fat diet, can reduce triglycerides and increase good cholesterol levels, both of which have been shown to be of benefit in patients with cardiovascular disease.