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Must-have Foods For A Healthy Heart

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Eat For A Healthy Heart

Healthy Heart Foods

Your heart is one of the most important organs of your body and best care must be taken to keep it healthy, which means filling your plate with a lot of nutrients, vitamins, fiber rich foods and healthy fats. Agreed, every food has something good in it, but when it comes to choosing foods for your heart, make sure that you choose the right ones.

Here are a few foods which are considered best for keeping your heart healthy:

Almonds: They are best food for your hair, weight management, nourishes the nervous system and brings a host of other health benefits. Likewise, almonds are also considered as the best food for your heart. Here is the reason why, almonds have high source of magnesium which helps in preventing heart attacks and hypertension. They protect the artery walls from damage, reduces bad cholesterol thus reducing the risk of heart attack.

Salmon: Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, Salmon is considered as super food for heart by nutritionists. Eating Salmon twice a week, can help you reduce blood pressure and keep clotting at bay. Go ahead, grab a piece of salmon for your meal time.

Berries: All sorts of berries are good for your heart whether it is blueberries, strawberries or any other berries. Rich in anthocyanins and flavonoids, berries help in reducing blood pressure and the risk of heart disease. Having 2 to 3 servings of berries a week, reduces up to 25% risk of heart attack.

Avocados: Including one or two teaspoon of avocados in your diet regularly could reduce the risk of heart attack by almost 30-40%. Rich in healthy heart fatty acids, avocados are also free of sodium, trans fats and cholesterol, which makes it one of the must-have food towards making your heart healthy.

Soy: Soy products are good source of fiber, vitamins, minerals and polyunsaturated fats. It provides you with healthy protein without cholesterol and unhealthy fats. Including soy protein in your diet helps in reducing blood pressure and LDL cholesterol, which lowers the risk of heart diseases.

Oats: Oats are rich source of soluble fiber which is great for your heart as it helps reduce LDL cholesterol. Low in saturated fat and cholesterol, including oats in your daily diet is a sure way to reduce the risk of heart disease. Oats has rich source of fiber which is beneficial for the digestive tract, and perfect for weight management.

Beans: Beans are a good source of healthy protein without unhealthy fats. Eating half-cup of beans every day lowers the risk of getting heart disease by up to 20%. As per a research findings, including beans on a regular basis shows decrease in blood pressure and cholesterol level within 16 weeks.


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