A Simple Way To Avoid ‘Heart Attack’:-
Heart attack is the death of a segment of heart muscle caused by a loss of blood supply. The blood is usually cut off when an artery supplying the heart muscle is blocked by a blood clot.
If some of the heart muscle dies, a person experiences chest pain and electrical instability of the heart muscle tissue.
A latest research claimed high levels of blood phosphate increased the risk of developing a heart condition.
But, this is the first study to find low levels of phosphate – from the mineral phosphorus – was equally as risky.
The perfect amount of blood phosphate was about 1-1.25mmol/L, the researchers said.
The current recommended daily allowance of phosphorus is about 700mg a day.
Doctors should inform patients ,how to reduce their phosphate levels, if they’re at high risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Phosphate is an important mineral in the body, and helps to regulate other blood minerals. It plays a crucial role in delivering oxygen to the body from the heart.
Meat, poultry and fish are all packed full of phosphates.
Salmon contains about 371mg of phosphorus per 100g – one of the richest sources of the mineral phosphorus.
Pumpkin and squash seeds have even more of the mineral – about 1233mg per 100g of seeds.