Nothing is more important than caring for your heart. To take care of this important human organ, health experts advise people to exercise regularly, control stress, and develop a good habit of not smoking. It is also a reminder that people should take nutritious foods that promote heart health, and tell everyone about the extraordinary benefits of these foods.

Soybean Protein

In addition to its affordable price, this premium protein is rich in vitamins, fiber and minerals, all good for heart health. In addition, it has been proven that a diet containing a large amount of soy protein can help reduce Triglyceride, control heart disease, and promote Heart health. In fact, soybeans contain very small amounts of saturated fat, which, in addition to vitamins and minerals, are rich in polyunsaturated fat, that can bring many benefits to your health.

You should take soybeans from natural sources such as organic tender tofu, Tempeh, a traditional fermented food from Indonesia) and edamame. It is also a good choice to add soy milk to whole grain cereal or oatmeal. But also pay attention to the salt content of soybean, as some processed soybean products may contain extra sodium, which may cause blood pressure to rise.


Most berries such as raspberries, blueberries and strawberries are rich in anti-inflammatory ingredients that reduce the risk of cancer, especially heart disease. Blueberries are the most powerful in combating disease, thanks to Anthocyan in blueberries. Anthocyanins are an antioxidant and why blueberries have a dark blue look.

In addition, these delicious fruits are rich in vitamin C and fiber, which can promote heart and blood vessel health. Raspberries are rich in polyphenol, an antioxidant that helps remove free radicals that harm the body.


The cheese-like texture of avocado is derived from monounsaturated fat, a good fat that reduces bad cholesterol and increase the content of good cholesterol.

In addition, the anti-inflammatory effect of avocado reduces chronic inflammation, which is the main cause of atherosclerosis and can stiffen the walls of the arteries. You can cut the avocado into a sandwich, spinach salad or chili pepper, and use the mashed avocado instead of cream to increase the fat content of your diet that is good for the heart.

Olive oil

Olive oil is the best choice for those who want to limit the content of saturated fats in animal products (such as meat) and dairy products (such as milk). Fat intake from animal products and trans fat can increase the bad cholesterol content in the body and cause fat to accumulate in the arteries. Olive oil, on the other hand, contains monounsaturated fats that help reduce bad cholesterol and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. In fact, these valuable health benefits make olive oil a very important element of a traditional Mediterranean diet.

Other foods that are good for heart health include walnuts, dark chocolate, red grapes, flaxseed, chickpeas, etc.

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