Indian Diet Chart for Heart Patients 

A balanced and heart-healthy diet plays a pivotal role in managing and preventing heart diseases. 

For individuals, where a variety of flavorful and nutritious foods are readily available, crafting an Indian diet chart for heart patients promotes heart health making it both feasible and delicious. 

* Limit Saturated and Trans Fats. * Incorporate Lean Protein. * Include Whole Grains. * Embrace Plant-Based Foods.

Understanding the Basics 

This Indian diet chart for heart patients supports cardiovascular health and manages risk factors.

A 7-Day Indian Diet Chart for Heart Patients 

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Breakfast: Oatmeal with chopped fruits and nuts. Lunch: Grilled chicken or paneer salad with mixed greens. Snack: Carrot sticks with hummus can be included in the Indian diet chart for angioplasty patients. Dinner: Lentil soup (dal) with brown rice and a side of vegetable curry.

Day 1 

Breakfast: Whole wheat toast with scrambled egg whites and tomato slices. Lunch: Quinoa and vegetable stir-fry. Snack: Mixed nuts and seeds. Dinner: Grilled fish along with quinoa or/and steamed broccoli.

Day 2 

Breakfast: Greek yogurt with berries and a sprinkle of flaxseeds. Lunch: Chickpea curry (chana masala) with whole wheat roti. Snack: Roasted chickpeas. Dinner: Vegetable and tofu stir-fry with brown rice plays a significant role in the Indian diet plan for heart patients.

Day 3 

Breakfast: Pancake or moong dal chilla with mint chutney. Lunch: Brown rice with spinach and mushroom curry. Snack: Fresh fruit salad also can be included as a healthy snack in the Indian diet plan for heart patients. Dinner: Lentil soup (dal) with quinoa and a side of roasted vegetables.

Day 4 

Breakfast: Whole grain upma with vegetables. Lunch: Tofu wrap or grilled chicken with whole wheat tortilla. Snack: Cottage cheese (paneer) cubes. Dinner: Baked sweet potato with black bean topping.

Day 5 

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Breakfast: Idli with coconut chutney and sambar. Lunch: Mixed vegetable pulao with raita. Snack: Almonds and walnuts play a crucial role in the Indian diet  chart for angioplasty patients. Dinner: Stuffed bell peppers with quinoa and lean ground turkey.

Day 6 

Breakfast: Poha (flattened rice) with peanuts and peas. Lunch: Whole wheat pasta with tomato and basil sauce. Snack: Roasted pumpkin seeds. Dinner: Tofu tikka masala with brown rice.

Day 7 

* Stay hydrated by intaking more water, fresh fruit juices, and herbal teas. * Limit sodium intake by avoiding processed foods or excessive salt. * Control portion sizes to avoid overeating.

Important Tips 

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