Feb 28, 2023

Everyday foods that prevent heart diseases

Simran Arora, Times Now Digital


The red-coloured fruit contains antioxidants and can widen and arteries while making them healthier.

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A healthy heart needs omega-3 fatty acids that are found in abundance in walnuts.

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French beans

For healthier blood pressure, cholesterol and lower risk of inflammation, eat French beans regularly.

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Multi-grain bread

Many people opt for multi-grain toasts for breakfast – loaded with seeds, these are full of healthy fats that can improve heart health significantly.

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This fruit contains lycopene, an antioxidant which is known to mitigate heart attack risk.

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Surprising as it is, potatoes could be key to fighting hypertension, thanks to its potassium content.

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Leafy greens

Green leafy vegetables can also improve heart health as they contain several nutrients such as iron, fibre, potassium and magnesium – everything that strengthens and widens arteries.

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