Foods rich in omega 3 fatty acids are found mainly in salmon, mackerel, sardines, soybeans and walnuts.
Arteries are narrowed and closed can be caused by an unhealthy diet or the effects of smoking.
These conditions if left can continually increase the risk of heart attack.
For those of you who often smoke are advised to do a variety of ways to improve the condition of the arteries.
Well, one way is to increase the consumption of foods rich in omega 3 fatty acids which are found mainly in fish such as salmon, mackerel, sardines, soybeans and walnuts.
A research team from Greece found that omega-3 fatty acids can help repair arterial damage caused by smoking.
In this study, the researchers recruited smokers who were given foods containing omega-3 fatty acids, as much as 2 grams per day.
The research team believes that cardiac protective effect of omega-3 fatty acids are anti-inflammatory, may reduce the risk of heart attacks in smokers.
However, the researchers still advise smokers to stop smoking, because that is the best solution.
Consumption of foods rich in omega-3 is also recommended for those who are former smokers and passive smokers. why? Because of exposure to cigarette smoke around you enter directly into the bloodstream, converting chemical organ, causing clots that makes arteries constrict.