How Fasting Affects your Heart and Blood Pressure
27 Oct' 20

How Fasting Affects your Heart and Blood Pressure

 ❤️Abstaining yourself from having food for a fixed period of time can reduce blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, control diabetes and prevent obesity. All of these are reasons for developing heart-related long term complications like stroke and cardiac arrest. Keeping a check on all these things can automatically cut down the risk of cardiovascular issues by 80 per cent.


📚📑There are several studies that indicate that fasting can decrease heart-related complications and increase longevity. One of the studies stated that people who follow a fasting diet may have better heart health than people who don't. That's because people who routinely fast are good at controlling their calorie intake, which in turn helps them shed kilos and make better eating choices.


➡️Regular fasting can decrease bad cholesterol level and improve your metabolism.

✍️Fasting is safe for everyone and it has no bad implication on our health. But when suffering from certain health conditions, it is important to consult your doctor before trying anything new. Those who need to be careful are:

 

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding women
  • Children and teenagers
  • People dealing with eating disorder
  • People suffering from type 2 diabetes
  • People suffering from other chronic diseases

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