Eating fruits and vegetables is useful for the heart, but can a healthy diet to overcome the consequences of bad genetics and predisposition to heart disease. According to canadian scientists. They studied the eating habits of more than 2,700 people and found out what makes a greater risk in developing heart disease is their lifestyle or genetics. It was found that people with poor genetics, but fond of raw fruits and vegetables, was in the group at low risk of heart disease compared with Amateurs unhealthy to eat, but with good genetics.
Experiments on mice genetically predisposed to heart disease also showed that they have different answer to different types of diets. So any genetics can be overcome in a reasonable and proper lifestyle and nutrition.
However, most people do not recognize as food, raw vegetables, especially missed in the European culture, so that changing eating habits is the number one problem among healthcare.