It is always recommended that you should adhere to a healthy diet whether you are well or sick. However sometimes it takes a health scare to take your diet more serious and you should. What you eat is something you can take ownership of to improve your overall health and combat cardiovascular disease. The first step is education. Thanks to the internet and all the health experts that publish information online, you have great resources right at your fingertips. Here are a few sites that provide useful information on diet and atrial fibrillation.
- I’ve been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation. Should I make changes to my diet? (Mayo Clinic)
- Foods to Avoid with Atrial Fibrillation (Healthline)
- What Not to Eat When You Have AFib (WebMD)
- 10 Diet Tips for Atrial Fibrillation Prevention (Everyday Health)
- Can Diet, Exercise and Supplements Help My AFib? (Cleveland Clinic)
These are just a few sites that have information on diet and AFib. Take some time to search, read and learn on how diet can improve your overall health and quality of life. And don’t forget to ask your doctor what you personally can do to improve your health.