5 Foods That Can Trigger a Stroke

There are countless ailments, such as heart attacks, heart strokes, blood sugar rush and hypertension, which terrify and scare us beyond belief for they attack without giving us any kind of warning.

You see, when our blood vessels, which are connected to key organs like the brain, lungs, heart or kidneys, get blocked by blood clots or burst open, all our brain and body cells get deprived of oxygen and essential nutrients. And these blood clots emerge due to none other cause than unhealthy food choices.

Statistics reveal that nearly 700,000 people get diagnosed with the risk of heart strokes every single year, and this risk factor is rapidly on the rise, and it now hold the title of America’s third most deadliest disease.

Here are five unhealthy food choices that massively contribute to the risk factors of heart strokes:

1. Diet Soda

We all believe that the first ritual of starting a weight loss diet is to replace all the countless sugar-filled drinks with diet soda, right? It may seem a healthy option, but according to nutritionists and researchers, it is actually one of the greater contributors to increased risk factors of heart strokes.

Why is it Unhealthy?

A study that examined the lifestyle and diets of around 2500 individuals revealed that those who drank a diet soda every day increased their risk for developing a heart stroke by a whopping 48%. Furthermore, it also revealed that those who drank diet sodas every day had a 60% greater rate of having more strokes, coronary artery diseases and heart attacks as opposed to those who didn’t consume diet soda at all.

Researchers haven’t yet been able to pin point the exact cause that tells us how diet soda contributes to the risk factors of heart strokes, but both, medical experts and nutritionists recommend us to avoid them.

How can you fix it?

It’s always best to quench all your soda cravings with natural beverages, like water, fresh smoothies, vegetable juices, fruit juices, iced tea, mint margaritas, lemonade or coconut milk perhaps.

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