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Eat For Your Heart
Feel better, look better, live better.The heart is one of your most necessary muscles. Okay, it's the most important one you have. Because as soon as it stops beating, you cease to exist. But if you're like many people, you don't treat it with the respect it deserves.
How can you show more appreciation for your heart? By eating the right foods.
Fat and Cholesterol, Be Gone!
Heart disease occurs when your body contains so much cholesterol and fat that it builds up on your artery walls and prevents sufficient blood flow to pass through. When this happens, the result is often heart attack. As your intake of fat and cholesterol is largely responsible for your risk for heart disease, reducing your intake of both will help your heart today and well into the future.
To do this, you'll want to avoid shortening, margarine, and butter, which all contain saturated fats and trans fats. You should also seek meat with no more than 10 percent fat and look for low-fat and low-cholesterol alternatives to some of your favorite foods.
Get Plenty of Plants
It's a rare thing to hear of the dangers of eating some sort of plant food. Know why? Because for the most part, plants-whether fruits or vegetables-are extremely safe and healthy for you to consume.
So if you want to eat a diet that does your heart good, you'll need to fill it up with plenty of fruits and vegetables. Just be careful that your fruits and veggies come to you the way Mother Nature intended. Because as tasty as added ingredients may be, canned fruit that is steeped in sugary syrup, vegetables ladled with processed cheese or creamy sauces, fruit topped with sugar, and fried vegetables all have the potential to do more harm than good.
Grab the Grain
Many types of grain products are good for your overall health and are therefore good for your heart. The best of the best when it comes to adding grains to your diet for better heart health include the following:
While chewing on these healthy grains, you'll want to avoid some others.
White flour and bread, pies and cakes, doughnuts and biscuits, and muffins
and granola bars should all be avoided. Even though some of them may seem
healthy, they often have enough sugar or additives to destroy any potential
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