There is nothing that matters than, the well-being of your heart and this depends solely on, how you take care of it. Getting regular exercise, avoiding smoking and controlling stress are just a few things that, health experts always recommend, alongside eating a variety of nutritious, heart healthy foods that build up a healthy diet. Now to begin with, add these two super foods to your diet and boost nutritional goodness while, eating your way to a healthier heart.
This top the list as one of the most powerful disease fighting foods. And this is possible because, they contain anthocyamins, the antioxidant that is responsible for their dark blue color. These delicious treats are packed with vitamin C, fiber and are available all year long. You can boost your heart health by eating them regularly.
Here are ways you can have your blueberries.
- Top up your whole grain cereal with either frozen or fresh blueberries to add a delicious flavor, a dose of fiber and heart healthy antioxidants.
- You could also power up pancakes, waffles and muffins with froze, dried or fresh blueberries for a nutritional breakfast. Eat them plain or mix them with other fruit for a low calorie high fiber tasty fruit salad, snack or desert.
This cold water fish is an unlimited source of protein and is also filled with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. The American Heart Association recommends eating salmon and other omega-3 rich foods twice a week for paybacks that, go beyond heart health. Americans love salmon because it is so versatile, easy to cook and tastes great. Salmon is basically easy to prepare on the grill, microwave or oven and also on the stove-top. You would do well to save left overs to toss into your pasta dishes, make into salmon cakes, add to your salads or mix into your spreads or dips.
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