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These Superfoods Will Keep Your Heart Healthy And Happy !!

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These Superfoods Will Keep Your Heart
 Healthy And Happy

Do you want to live a healthier life? If so, one way to go about it is to start eating healthier! Trust us, your heart will thank you for it. The superfoods you are about to see are full of everything you need to improve the well-being of your heart. Studies show that you can prevent cardiovascular disease with a good diet, so let us get to it!

Oranges



Oranges are tasty, thirst-quenching and delicious. Full of fiber, vitamin C, potassium, nutrients, and pectin, it can do wonders for your heart. On top of that, it will help absorb the cholesterol you eat, lower blood pressure, flush out sodium and neutralize proteins.

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Kale



Kale of the cabbage family is going to do good things to your heart with its nutrients. We promise you that it is worth it to look for it! The leafy green comes with omega 3-fatty acids, antioxidants, and fiber. It is also full of fat and good calories so you can add it to your meal as much as you want.

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Garlic


Garlic is a superfood that will do amazing things for your heart. It is present in many recipes, which is a good thing since it lowers blood pressure and brings down arterial plaque. It also lowers blood vessel-constricting enzymes. You can take it in pill form if you want to reap the benefits without the taste.

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Red Wine


Red wine is a great way to unwind after a long day at work! Did you know that it will also help improve HDL levels and prevent cholesterol build-up? Red wine comes with antioxidants that help the prevention of blood clots as well. Just make sure to drink it in moderation, and you should be all set.

Chocolate


Chocolate is always a good idea! The sweet treat will lower your risk for heart disease and stroke. It can also improve hypertension and blood pressure. Dark chocolate comes with flavnols, which is good for improving blood vessel flexibility and getting rid of heart-related diseases.

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Sardines

Sardines come with lots of heart-boosting nutrients! The cold fish is full of omega 3 fatty acids, which can lower the harmful triglyceride levels, decrease inflammation, increase HDL and good cholesterol, and prevent heart disease.

Lentils


Lentils are awesome! Eating a diet rich in legumes will help bring down your risk for heart disease or stroke. Lentils make for a great source of potassium, magnesium, and protein. This means that you can expect to see lower blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and risk for plaque formation.

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Almonds


Almonds taste wonderful! Studies show that it can help improve intelligence and memory as well as lower risk for diabetes and heart disease. Regularly eating a handful of almonds can bring down cholesterol. It will also help absorb harmful LDL and lower risk for cardiovascular disease.

Pomegranates


Pomegranates come with antioxidants that will ward off cardiovascular disease and prevent plaque oxidation. According to studies, it is great at preventing prostate cancer, diabetes, stroke, and Alzheimer’s. On top of that, it will keep your skin, joints, teeth, and liver healthy as well.

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Blueberries


Blueberries offer a lot of antioxidants and nutrients. Studies show that three servings of the fruit or berry will lower cholesterol buildup, blood pressure, and risk for plaque buildup. Aside from that, this fruit is known to eliminate certain causes of cancer and bring down the risk for heart disease.

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Beets























Beets have high levels of minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins. The colorful and tasty superstars can lower homocysteine levels, which helps reduce the odds of developing cardiovascular disease. According to studies, beets can also strengthen other organs and prevent cancer.

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Salmon























Salmon has received the moniker the ‘chicken of the sea’ because it is very versatile. The oily fish is full of omega-3 fatty acids and lots of nutrients. It can also help lower triglyceride levels, make blood vessels more flexible, ward off heart disease, and prevent blood clots!

Eggplant






















Eggplants are amazing no matter how you choose to cook them. On top of this, they are full of minerals, flavonoids, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. They will also improve circulation, lower cholesterol, prevent blood clots, and reduce the risk for heart disease. They are also good for the brain and cell health.


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