10 Foods that makes the heart live longer

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The Human body is referred by many as the most complex creation. It has 5 vital organs; the mighty brain, the beating heart, the breathing lungs, the detoxifying liver and lastly the hydrating kidney. While each of these organs is are sensitive, the heart has had the most complaints all around the globe. As Leeza Gibbons once tweeted :

I’m giving life lessons and tips on how to take care of your emotional heart, because heart disease are the number-one killer in America.

There are many factors that affect the heart such as obesity, smoking, wrong food choices, alcohol, high levels of stress etc. Amidst of all these factors, the most treatable and manageable factor is the food we eat. Body builder lee Haney says:

With all of the holiday cheer in the air, it’s easy to overlook the ingredients in the foods. Ingredients such as salt, sugar, and fat – all of them lead to diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, strokes, heart disease, and cancer. 

Further Robert Atkins the American physician and cardiologistis reported to have said:

A controlled carbohydrate lifestyle really prevents risk factors of heart disease. 

Although there are no distinguished meals as the best foods for your heart but there are many meals that we can call heart healthy.

 

What makes food good for the Heart?

 

For most people, good food for the heart embarks tasteless bland meals. While in reality, it simply means bites that have

  • Low salt
  • Less or no oil
  • High proteins such as fish
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Low fat
  • high fibre etc

For people who know more about eating and less about cooking may not look forward to meals that abide by the tips above. However the deal breaker is, good food for heart can not only be healthy but also absolutely be mouth-watering.

 

10 Deliciously best heart healthy food

 

1. Fish:
These sea creatures such as tuna and salmon contain omega 3 nutrients that help control blood pressure and prevent heart diseases.

2. Breakfast waffles:
Not all waffles can be considered as food for healthy hearts. Waffles that are made with whole wheat and regular flour topped with fruits such as berries and banana could be an appetizing as well as healthy breakfast for all.

3. Grilled chicken:
It’s a known fact that any food that is grilled qualifies as nutritious; be it chicken or fish. Chicken seasoned with pepper, little bit of salt and olive oil could be your next favourite meal that not just satisfies the taste buds but also keeps the heart beating.

4. Salads:
The best thing about salad is that it can be combined with anything such as chicken, fish, fruits beans etc. It will make as the most rewarding meal.

5. Nuts: 
“Seeds and nuts are indispensable for cardiovascular health. The protective properties of nuts against coronary heart disease were first recognized in the early 1990s, and a strong body of literature has followed confirming these original findings”, says Joel Fuhrman, American author, physician and media personnel. A fistful of nuts such almonds every now and then will not just serve your hunger but also keep your health protected.

6. Fruits:
Oranges, papaya and many more with potassium, magnesium and fibre rich fruits can either be served as scrumptious desserts or may be taken raw. They will not just fill the needy tummy and keep the nutrition coming but also prove to be good food for the heart.

7. Spinach:
As a kid, I never really understood why Popeye the sailor man was so conscious about his pack of spinach, but now I do! Spinach is loaded with various minerals, antioxidants and vitamins such as A, B2, C and K. It also has magnesium, folate, calcium and potassium. All of these tend to control the blood flow and blood pressure in the body and keep the heart pumping right. Spinach can be used in salads and sandwiches if liked raw.

8. Oatmeal:
This is the powerhouse of all nutrients and minerals. This is best when taken at the time of breakfast. Oatmeal mixed in the form of corn flakes or bread can be a good way to start the day!

9. Potatoes:
Just because potatoes look fattening does not mean they are, unless deep fried. Potatoes contain potassium and fibre that lowers high blood pressure and controls the risk of heart diseases. This deliciously sliced vegetable can be used in salads or with chicken to make a wholesome meal.

10. Tomatoes:
The consumption of tomatoes has had a drastic increase over the past few years. This is not just because they’re juicy and delectable but also because they are a great source of the antioxidant lycopene.

Lycopene controls cholesterol in the body, keeping blood vessels open and reducing heart attack risks.

To have been born in such a time where science has the answer to almost all our misery is such bliss! But to not take our health seriously is a disaster in disguise. Like Mehmet Oz once said: 

I saw many people who had advanced heart disease and I was so frustrated because I knew if they just knew how to do the right thing, simple lifestyle and diet steps, that than the entire trajectory of their life and health would have been different.

 We don’t understand the curse of illness until we suffer or watch someone we love suffering.  Let’s not let the heart miss a beat. Let’s work towards a healthier future with a heart that pumps the healthiest of blood because if we don’t stop this now, it won’t just affect our present but also move along our generations to come because heart disease move with genes and can be of greater harm to the later generations than to us! 


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