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What is CVD ?

Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death globally. An estimated 17.9 million people died from CVDs in 2019, representing 32% of all global deaths. Of these deaths, 85% were due to heart attack and stroke. Dyslipidemia, hypertension and diabetes are major modifiable risk factors for CVD.

Your cardiovascular system is kind of a big deal. One heart to pump blood throughout the body, arteries and veins to deliver the blood to your organs, and millions of red and white blood cells to transport oxygen and help you fight off colds. Without all of this, life simply would not be possible. That's why taking care of your cardiovascular system is such a vital part of everyday life.

A few lifestyle changes can do a world of good for you are

  • Quit Smoking
  • Lower your blood pressure
  • Control your cholesterol levels
  • Lose weight

The morbidity and mortality associated with coronary artery disease is strongly related to abnormal lipid levels, oxidation of lipids and intra-arterial clot formation. Moreover systemic inflammation has been reported to be present before any evidence of myocardial infarction. However, an alternative explanation could be offered by suggesting that systemic inflammation is causing atherosclerosis rather than being the result of it.


How Nutrition Helps ?

Nutrition powerfully influences each of these factors. There is growing evidence that patients can improve lipid levels and decrease the rate of cardiovascular events by "adding" specific foods to their diets and switching from saturated and polyunsaturated to monounsaturated fats and n-3 fatty acids. Appropriate dietary changes and the correct supplements decrease arteriosclerotic plaque formation, improve endothelial vasomotor dynamics, reduce oxidation of low-density lipoproteins and enhance thrombolytic activity. The current body of evidence shows that a high intake of fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols etc are very effective in prevention and management of CVD. Coenzyme Q10 may increase the efficiency of energy production in the vital heart cells to function effectively. Numerous clinical studies show that omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids dose-dependently lower plasma triglyceride levels.


Micronutrients, including vitamin E and vitamin C, have been associated with improvements in atherosclerosis. Folate and B6 have been associated with nonfatal cardiac infarction and fatal heart disease and potassium intake has been shown to enhance the effects of a low sodium diet on hypertension. High blood homocysteine levels have been linked to an increased chance of developing heart disease. The vitamins B2, B6 and B12, and particularly vitamin B9 (folate), have been shown to lower homocysteine levels. vitamin E has been shown to reduce the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, involved in the build-up of plaque in the arteries. . Vitamin C supplementation has been shown to lower blood pressure, and to reduce the stiffness of the artery walls. Vitamin C also helps regenerate vitamin E to keep it performing as an antioxidant. Lycopene reduces LDL-cholesterol oxidation, and preliminary evidence suggests that it may prevent cardiovascular disease. Population studies link low concentrations of vitamin D with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, particularly heart attack and hypertension. Increasing evidence indicates that enhancing the circulating levels of vitamin D can reduce hypertension incidence, helping to maintain a healthy blood pressure. Lower levels of vitamin D and higher levels of calcium appear to be associated with different cardiovascular risk factors and may therefore affect cardiovascular disease risk through different mechanisms. A growing body of evidence indicates that increased intakes of vitamin K may reduce the build-up of calcium in arteries that leads to hardening of the blood vessels.

How Rich Inserts Help you

We at Rich Inserts have a unique approach towards Cardio-vascular management.  Our Cardio-vascular management program initiates from the in-depth analysis of your eating habits and lifestyle to identify any gaps and loopholes that may be present. Based on these findings our diet experts suggest certain subtle refinements in your diet and lifestyle habits. Also, they offer you a customised diet plan according to your condition, keeping in mind your food preferences and convenience.

The Right Thali Concept

We at Rich Inserts always believe that we understand "The Right Thali Concept" which resolves many problems on their own. If required, they may also suggest some supplements that may be needed to take care of the nutritional gaps or for other health benefits. We have designed supplements to cater to your daily needs of macro and micronutrients. We believe in correcting the root cause instead of eliminating the symptoms.