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Five great foods for your heart

To prevent heart attacks, it is important to avoid unhealthy foods but also eat foods rich in nutrients, fiber and healthy fats. If in recent years, the number of deaths due to heart disease has declined, they remain the leading cause of death worldwide. The good news is that we now know much more about how to prevent cardiovascular disease, which includes both stroke (stroke) and heart attacks. It is clear that a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle embellished with regular exercise can make a huge difference. We have compiled for you a list of 30 foods that you should take to limit the risk of cardiovascular disease.


1.The blueberries

Blueberries, but also strawberries and other berries. According to a recent study, women aged between 25 and 42 years who drink more than three servings of blueberries and strawberries a week have a lower risk of 32% of a heart attack, the authors of the study attribute this benefit to known compounds under the name of anthocyanins and flavonoids (which are antioxidants) that may decrease blood pressure and dilate blood vessels. Anthocyanins give plants their red and blue. Blueberries are not only just fruits, they are also rewarding fruits. Online and land-based casinos have also invented casino machines that feature these fruits. These machines are called “fruit machines” and gamblers get rewards whenever they get three or more matching symbols on an active payline. You can visit for a variety of fruit machines.


Because it contains large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, salmon helps reduce the risk of arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat) and atherosclerosis (plaque buildup in the arteries) and triglyceride levels. Doctors recommend eating fish, preferably fatty fish at least twice a week. Omega-3 fatty acids are also found in food supplements.


Oats are rich in soluble fiber, which have the characteristic of reducing cholesterol. They act like a sponge in the digestive system and absorb cholesterol for elimination from the body and not absorbed into the bloodstream. Dieticians recommend avoiding oats instant preparation because they often contain sugar. It is best to choose oatmeal old or even quick cooking. Other foods consisting of whole grains such as bread, pasta and grits are also good for the heart as they contain whole grains.


soy-derived products, including tofu and soy milk, used to add protein to your diet without adding unhealthy fats and cholesterol. soy-derived products contain high levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids (good for you), fiber, vitamins and minerals. Moreover, soy can reduce blood pressure in people who have a diet high in refined carbohydrates. Finally, compared to milk or other proteins, soy protein can effectively lower LDL or "bad" cholesterol.

5.extra virgin olive oil

According to a study, people at high risk of heart disease and who followed a Mediterranean diet (rich in cereals, fruits, vegetables) complemented by the nuts consumption and at least four tablespoons per day of oil olive have observed a 30% reduction in the risk of heart attacks, stroke and death. The olive oil is a good source of monounsaturated fats, which can reduce cholesterol levels and blood sugar. The olives themselves, whether green or black, are another source of "good" fat. Add them to your meals so.

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