A heart attack is often fatal, and even if a person survives, great care must be taken, otherwise another attack is always in danger. Studies show that eating the wrong types of carbohydrates increases the risk of heart disease, stroke and death.
According to a new study published in the British Journal of Medicine, high carbohydrate intake has many detrimental effects on human health, increasing the risk of heart attack, stroke and death.
According to research, a diet high in carbohydrates is called a “high glycemic diet.”
The study involved 137,851 people from 35 continents, aged 35 to 70, from five continents. Questions were asked about habits and types of diet. Age was the cause of death for 8,780 volunteers in the study, and heart attack was the cause of death for 8,252 volunteers.
David Jenkins, a scientist and professor of nutrition science and medicine, says he has long researched carbohydrates, low carbs and high carbs. This is due to high quality carbohydrates. Studies show that not all types of carbohydrates are harmful to human health.
Consumption of high-quality carbohydrates increases the risk of premature death, while consumption of high-quality carbohydrates such as fruits, vegetables, and legumes also benefits. Low sugar content is found in vegetables, seeds, legumes and dried fruits, and double white bread, white bread, flour, rice and potatoes are rich in glycerides, which are very harmful to human health.