20 Best Foods That Work Wonders For Your Heart
Do you have a family member who has heart problems? Or experienced having a stroke?
Before you start freaking out, there are several ways to reduce the risks of those diseases. In this video, we are going to discuss one simple way, it’s eating better food for your heart. Stay tuned, as some of the food might surprise you.
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In a nutshell:
Our heart is a muscular organ about the size of a fist. We all know that it pumps blood through a sophisticated network of arteries and veins. This network and the heart can deteriorate rapidly over time if we live an unhealthy life.
Unhealthy diets, consisting mostly of fatty food, increases cholesterol levels, which leads to vascular plaques that prevent the heart from doing its job. Since you have blood vessels all over your body, living a healthier lifestyle guarantees an enormous improvement in your overall well-being.
If you’re looking into starting a balanced diet, get familiar with 20 of these foods that might surprise you with their health benefits.
Almonds are rich in plant sterols, fiber, and heart-healthy fats. Almonds also lower “bad” LDL cholesterol that clogs up your blood vessels.
An incredibly nutritious fruit that decreases LDL cholesterol. Avocado fruit clears arteries because it is rich in healthy fats that contain vitamins C, E, K, B5 and B6.
Apples and Pears:
These fruits are rich in fiber, which promotes better blood circulation. Apples will also help against tooth decay since it lowers bacteria levels.
Barley is an organic cereal grain that can be a rice substitute. It’s also rich in fiber, which helps lower LDL cholesterol and is known to lower blood sugar levels.
You know that you have a good batch of black beans if they are mild and tender. This signifies that they are packed with heart-healthy nutrients. Black beans are rich in fiber, which helps control both cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
Blueberries and Cherries
You can have it sweet, sour, or dry. You can turn it into a smoothie or juice. It tastes superb while helping your heart at the same time.
Broccoli and Spinach
Green vegetables that are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that help normalize blood pressure and activate the heart.
A common spice that protects you from heart diseases and atherosclerosis—the buildup of fats, cholesterol and other substances in and on your artery walls, called plaque.
In proper dosage, a 60-70% cocoa can normalize blood pressure levels and even fight blood clotting and inflammation.
Something you might’ve seen but don’t know the name, or something you might’ve heard at least once.
Fatty fish like trout or herring haddock decreases the risk of arrhythmia—problem with the rate or rhythm of your heartbeat— and atherosclerosis.
Omega-3, check. High in fiber, check. Contain a phytochemical called lignan that is good for your heart, check.
Want to change it up in your kitchen? If you take the effort and time to replace fresh herbs with salt and fat, you’re giving your heart better protection from heart diseases.
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