Earlier this year Sridevi Kapoor sadly died after cardiac arrest aged 49. This is despite, according to her family, of having no history of heart disease timesofindia.indiatimes.com... Also it is certainly true that cocaine is implicated in the death, and the pressure of being a celebrity cannot have helped.
Being the diet nerd that I am I looked into what she ate and at indianbeauty.tips/sridevis-... there is one description of her daily food plan. A video
goes into her diet and seems to agree with this. Much of this was clearly vegetables and fruit and I am sure she considered it a very healthy diet. And certainly I would agree that much of that diet was extremely healthy.
However according to both of the above she regularly ate fish, milk and cheese. These are cholesterol raising foods and therefore, in my book, puts her at risk of a heart attack, family history notwithstanding.
My main concern is that often people like the concept of moderation, "a little of everything does you good". Even in the kind of diet I love & promote the word "variety" is key to good health.
However I argue that, beyond removing refined foods, it is ONLY when you completely remove animal foods from your diet that your body becomes almost totally immune to heart attacks. Not only that it has been shown that heart disease can be reversed. pcrm.org/health/health-topi... has the full back story as well as links to supporting research.
What is not in that page is whether eating a little bit of meat is good for you. For this can I refer you to nutritionfacts.org/2016/10/... which has a video to go with it for those who like that format.