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5 Foods that trigger a stroke – plus powerful stroke prevention tips | Healing Talks

5 Foods that trigger a stroke – plus powerful stroke prevention tips



Food that triggers strokes

(Healingtalks) Did you know that according to the National Stroke Association, stroke is the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States, and is a rapidly growing health threat. The most common stroke is called “ischemic stroke,” which results from a blockage in a blood vessel supplying your brain.

What’s behind the rise in strokes

Without prevention, strokes occur without warning

This is why prevention is so vital. You may get warning signs that you’re heading for a stroke … and once you suffer a stroke, the damage can be absolutely devastating and irreversible.


Brain attacks

Strokes can be referred to as brain attacks. This is similar to a heart attack. The only difference is that the blood clot blocks blood flow to your brain instead of your heart. As a result, brain cells die.

Arresting strokes immediately

The longer your brain goes without oxygen, the greater the brain damage. This is where conventional emergency medicine excels. Medications can dissolve a blood clot immediately, and to prevent permanent nerve damage. In order to be effective, you typically need to get treated in the ER within one hour. This is clearly one of the miracles of modern medicine. However it all goes to waste if one does not address the underlying cause after the stroke and to prevent further strokes.

Signs of a stroke

If you notice any of these signs of stroke, you should get help right away:

  • Trouble walking (dizziness, loss of balance, etc.)
  • Mental confusion
  • Numbness or weakness (especially on one side of your body only)
  • Trouble seeing
  • Severe headache

Preventing a stroke through diet

Here are five foods we should especially avoid:

baked goods

1. Crackers, chips, pastries and baked goods

Our eduction doesn’t teach us that flour products are largely lifeless and to be avoided. Instead bread is thought of as the staff of life. Give this day, our daily bread is mantra of our culture. But life  within us has its foundation in our consciousness – and that consciousness (transpersonally) forms a universal relationship of connection in nature.  Imagine consciousness  is what connects us to everything, and also everything to everything else. This forms a different model of nature./ Now flour products have been created out of a whole food. It is finely mill or cut apart by grinding wheels. Imagine this takes out the life, the connective consciousness away from the food, thus rending the food relatively lifeless and as compared to eating the whole grain instead.

When the same food is then heated, fried or baked, there is even less life left. This then becomes clogging materials for our arteries and cells. Whole grain flours may be a step up, but not much,

Muffins, doughnuts, chips, crackers, and many other baked goods are also high in trans fats that further clog our vessels.  Trans fats are found widely – in snack foods, frozen foods, and baked goods, including salad dressings, microwave popcorn, stuffing mixes, French fries, cake mixes, and whipped toppings.

The worst foods for a stroke patient to eat are fried fast foods with a baked white bun on top.

smoked and processed meat products

2. Smoked and processed meats

This refers to pastrami, sausage, hot dogs, bacon, or a smoked sandwich meat. The preserving processes leave them packed with sodium as well as chemical preservatives. Sodium nitrate and nitrite have been shown to be carcinogenic and to damage blood vessels. Many studies have linked processed meats to coronary artery disease (CAD). One analysis showed a 42-percent increase in CAD when eating just  one serving of processed meat a day.

canned diet sodas

3. Canned soda

Although replacing sugary drinks with diet soda seems like a smart solution, actually it isn’t because of the chemical sweeteners in the diet drinks. Drink a diet soda especially and once a day can increase stroke risk by 48 percent. It is best to substitute diet sodas with freshly squeezed vegetable and fruit juices, tea, or just plain water with a little lemon or other natural organic flavoring.

red meat beaf

4. Red meat

When the journal Stroke studied 35,000 women who eat a large portion of red meat each day, they found a 42-percent higher incidence of stroke. Red meat has a high saturated fat content. Not only red meat, but other flesh foods tend to clog arteries with a buildup of protein plaques. It is best to switch thus to a plant-based diet.

canned foods

5. Canned foods

Canned goods rely on sodium or processed salt as well as other chemicals to improve flavor and further preserve the foods. They may include

  • Baking soda
  • Baking powder
  • MSG (monosodium glutamate)
  • Disodium phosphate
  • Sodium alginate
  • Harmful genetically engineered ingredients

Canned foods are not fresh, whole foods. They are devitalized and our bodies cannot process their dead and artificial ingredients very well to move smoothly through our arteries and veins.  The end result is a stroke or a decay in the arteries and veins as in diabetes.

Strokes and heart-attacks are preventable through life-style changes. One is advised to shift to a whole, organic, fresh, mostly uncooked and plant-based diet. But besides avoiding processed foods we can decrease the risk of a stroke through:
  • Losing weight
  • Exercising regularly
  • Smoking cessation
  • Stress reduction programs
  • Avoid taking in synthetics and periodically detoxify

Most healthy diet is whole, fresh and plant based

Studies have repeatedly shown that a plant-based diets of whole and organic foods is the best for preventing heart and stoke attacks.

Losing weight and exercising

These strategies naturally further enhance your circulation. Daily eating whole fresh foods helps you lose weight. Exercise is recommended at least three times a week, including weight training and aerobic.

Smoking and drinking

Daily smoking and drinking are known risk factor for strokes. It takes will power to stop smoking and/or drinking but it will add years to your life.


According to a 2008 study published in the journal Neurology, the more stressed you are, the greater your risk of a stroke. Every notch lower a  person scored on their well-being scale, stroke risked increased 11 percent.

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and birth control pills

Both have been documented to increase your risk of a stroke or heart attack.  In general, the less drugs and synthetic chemicals you take into your body, the less your risk of a circulatory breakdown. It is best to detoxify your body periodically, including via juice fasts, saunas, skin brushing, enemas, and the like

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