04 Apr, 2023


Which Foods Are Best For Heart Health?

By FactsWow Team

Wild Salmon

The omega-3 fatty acids in this tasty, fleshy fish improve metabolic markers linked to heart disease when grilled, roasted, or baked.

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As well as omega-3s, these spiny creatures contain fish oil, which can improve cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of sudden heart attacks in people who have already had one.

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'That's how humans are scripted,' says William Davis, M.D., author of Wheat Belly and a cardiologist in Wisconsin.

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This nut contains omega-3 fats, fiber, Vitamin E, and folate, which are all good for a healthy heart. The polyunsaturated fats in it are also high. For the healthiest meal, eat them unsalted.

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People who do not like the bitter bite of walnuts may enjoy these crunchy, meaty nuts, which are rich in omega-3s.

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Chia Seeds

The health benefits of chia seeds are numerous. A tablespoonful of these plant-based omega-3 powerhouses contains only 60 calories and can help lower bad cholesterol.

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In addition to being a wonderful meal for reducing cholesterol, oatmeal is a highly publicized benefit. However, it would help if you consumed it plain, unprocessed.

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Make oatmeal, fruit smoothies, or yogurt with these dark berries because they're loaded with health-promoting compounds like resveratrol and flavonoids.

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Researchers have shown that coffee has a high level of antioxidants. Drinking three cups of coffee daily can also increase cognition levels and help prevent Alzheimer's disease, says Dr. Agatston.

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Red Wine

In the U.K., researchers at Leicester University found that resveratrol, a compound with antioxidant properties, may also help prevent cancer.

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