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Your gut and heart problems share a scary connection, confirms a recent Danish study

by , 29 May 2014

It's a known fact that if you have a gut disorder, your heart attack risk is 37% higher compared to people who are healthier. This because of the higher rate of inflammation in your system, something closely linked to heart problems.

Now a Danish study found something even more shocking about the link between your gut and heart problem risk.

Over 23,000 patients with Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) took part in a recent study in Denmark.

The results?

Your risk of heart attack shoots up by 2.5 times when you have a flare-up of your symptoms. That means you're 90% more likely to have heart problems during an episode of your IBD.

But is there anything you can do about it?

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Help your gut and prevent heart problems with probiotics

Because of your IBD, your gut bacteria need some help. This is where probiotics come in.
By increasing the bacteria in your gut and keeping them healthy, you can prevent regular flare-ups of your symptoms.
But you should focus on your diet too…

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Cut back on inflammatory foods to lower your risk of heart problems 

Avoid eating foods that are prone to cause inflammatory responses. Things like red meat, eggs, dairy products (except those containing live active cultures and probiotics), fish (except fatty fish), avos, peanut butter etc.
Instead, eat foods that fight inflammation like salmon, tuna, dark green leafy vegetables, nuts, legumes, olive oil, garlic and tomatoes.
Stop your IBD from leaving you with chronic heart problems, eat foods that fight inflammation to help your heart, gut and overall health. 

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