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Ten foods that take care of your heart

Ten foods that take care of your heart

There are a number of foods, in addition to vegetables, that help take care of our heart. Ten we must incorporate into the diet. Of course, always with fresh food and nothing processed. We help the heart?

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Spinach

In leaf or pureed. Incorporate them into your diet, they are also a source of vitamin E.

The spinach puree recipe here.

Oats

It contains soluble fiber called Beta glucan, which helps reduce total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol. Soluble fiber also helps maintain a healthy digestive system.

Make your own homemade oatmeal milk with this step by step in the kitchen.

Olive oil

Olive oil lowers the level of LDL or "bad" cholesterol.

Red wine

Red wine polyphenols help produce "good" HDL cholesterol and decrease the chance of clot formation. Always in moderation.

A treat with very sweet wine: pears with red wine with vanilla aroma. The recipe here. And they are made in the microwave.

Oranges

They have hardly any calories and help fight cholesterol because of its potassium content.

And a trick: do you know how to get more juice from oranges by squeezing them? Look and you will get more juice from each half.

Almonds

They contain healthy oils, vitamin E and other substances that help keep cholesterol levels under control. Almonds are also a good source of protein and fiber. With yogurt in the morning they are a good option.

And if you want to know more about almond vegetable milk, click here.

Garlic

They stimulate the cells that form the membranes that dilate and relax the arteries, which reduces blood pressure and the cells manage to transport more oxygen.

Garlic is a staple of the diet, there are many types and hides many properties. Find out here. Often it is garlic!

Vegetables

The fiber of legumes help reduce "bad" cholesterol levels. They also reduce inflammation and blood pressure.

Follow this link and discover the tricks to make it perfect for you.

Salmon

It is an incredible source of omega-3 fatty acids, which help keep cholesterol levels balanced. Eating salmon and other fatty fish such as tuna (not canned), sardine or herring, at least once a week, helps you.

You will love this salmon recipe with fennel sauce.