Regular consumption of cruciferous vegetables may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Heilpraxisnet.
Experts note that white cabbage, Brussels sprouts and cauliflower, as well as broccoli in the diet, help reduce the amount of deposits of fat, calcium and other substances on the inner walls of the arteries.
According to scientists, people who eat more than 45 grams of cruciferous vegetables per day have a 46% lower risk of severe vascular calcification compared to the control group.
Researchers attribute such a positive effect to the presence of flavonols, pectin and vitamin K.
Previously reported to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease can eat legumes, including peas and lentils.
Also, experts warned that cardiovascular diseases increase the risk of hospitalization for coronavirus six times, and the risk of death 12 times.