We know that changing your diet and lifestyle, as well as taking prescribed medications, will help slow the progression of coronary heart disease, but reversal is another matter. Evidence for a plant-based diet originated in the 1980s, in a very small study of 22 people. It found that four participants had a reversal of the disease in their arteries after following a very strict plant-based diet. This is interesting, but the results needed to be confirmed in larger and longer-term studies.
A plant-based diet may suit some people “Remember, a plant-based diet isn’t automatically healthy… It’s still important to read food labels and understand what you are eating. So Please First Ask Your Doctor Before You Take Any Action.”
We already advise eating more fruit, vegetables, pulses and wholegrains, and less meat, whether you eat animal products or not. A greater emphasis on plant-based proteins over meat was also incorporated into national guidance in 2016.
We do know that a Mediterranean-style diet, which includes plenty of fruit, veg, pulses and fish, and only small amounts of meat, may be easier to follow than a strict plant-based diet. It’s also linked to lower rates of heart disease than a conventional Western diet.
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