If you are someone that follows a low-carb diet, then you should probably consider adding some carbs into your diet. A new study has revealed that low-carb diet could be linked with a higher risk of developing atrial fibrillation (AFib), which is said to be the most common rhythm disorder.
It is a condition where the heart doesn’t have a regular rhythm for the heartbeats and the common symptoms of this condition are palpitations, dizziness and tiredness.
Also, people suffering from this condition are five times more likely to have a stroke. The study is yet to be peer-reviewed and in case you were wondering from where you can get some carbs, you can always start eating whole grains, fruits and starchy vegetables.