Congestive heart failure (CHF)  It is a condition where the heart struggles to pump blood,  causing fluid buildup. To manage CHF, focus on these dietary guidelines:

Low Sodium: Limit salt intake to reduce fluid retention. "


Fluid Control:  Limiting fluid intake, especially if you have severe fluid retention, is important. Follow your doctor's recommendations for daily fluid limits, and be mindful of hidden fluids in foods like fruits and vegetables.

Avoid Processed Foods: High in sodium and unhealthy fats. "

Limit High-Fat and Sugary Foods: Choose lean proteins and reduce added sugars.

Alcohol and Caffeine: Limit or avoid these.

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Portion Control: Pay attention to portion sizes to avoid overeating, which can lead to weight gain and strain on the heart.

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Meal Timing:  Eating smaller, more frequent meals throughout the day may be easier on your digestive system and help manage fluid intake.

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Consult a Dietitian: Create a personalized plan with professional guidance.

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Congestive heart failure :Know the foods should be avoided