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Keystone Heart manufactured cerebral embolic protection devices, which helps to reduce the risk of brain stroke. Cerebral embolic protection devices are mainly designed to protect the brain during TAVR process. For further queries drop a mail@ info@keystoneheart.com – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Cerebral Embolic Protection Devices for TAVR


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Heart is the most important organ of our body.
Thus, it requires extra care. There is no age to
suffer from heart problems, anyone can face this.
However, as the technology is evolving day by
day, its possible to cure heart problems by
heart surgeries. Doctors now use cerebral embolic
protection devices to make surgeries successful.
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But, you can keep your heart healthy and free
from diseases by improving your daily lifestyle.
All you need to do is to workout daily for at
least 45 minutes and polish your meals. Avoid
junk and include healthy food items in your meals
that improves your immune system and keep you
healthy.
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Following are the protein rich food items that
you should include in your meals to keep your
heart healthy
Nuts
Legumes
Fish
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Legumes
Legumes are the great source of protein. You can
include black beans, split peas, pintos,
garbanzos, soya bean into your diet. Eating
legumes helps you to lower the risk of heart
disease and keeps your heart healthy. You can
also have them by including in soups, salads and
stews or can make bean based dips such as hummus.

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Nuts
No matter if you are a heart patient or not, you
should have nuts in your meals. You can add
almonds, pistachios, walnuts and cashews. Just
eat a small handful of nuts a day. According to a
research, people who eat nuts daily are less
prone to heart diseases who rarely eat nuts.
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Fish
Fish are a rich source of protein. Fish such as
tuna and salmon are great to keep your heart
healthy. Do you know, people who eat fish are
less prone to heart attacks. Thus, the American
Heart Association recommends eating fish at least
two times a week.
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