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Keep Your Heart Healthy!
Listen! Listen ! to this, Do small changes in habits can make a real difference. When it comes to heart health, Don’t let fat exceed calories. Indulge these habits into your lifestyle and your heart health will be the best for you. Eat healthy fats, NOT trans fats. A healthy lifestyle will make heart healthier.
These are tips to keep your heart healthy.
Protect heart and blood vessels. Avoid smoking is one of the top controllable factors for heart disease. It can make a huge difference to heart.
Indulge salsa with beans
Salsa has a delicious and antioxidant-rich snack. Mix in a can of beans for an added boost of heart-healthy fiber. Other rich sources of soluble fiber include oats, barley, apples, pears, and avocados.
Many fish, such as salmon, tuna, sardines, and herring, are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Eat fish at least twice a week.
Keep blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol, and triglycerides in check for good heart health. Schedule regular check-ups with a doctor.
Dark chocolate not only tastes delicious, it also contains heart-healthy flavonoids. Eat dark chocolate — not milk chocolate — can be best for you.
Play with pets
Our pests provide health benefits. A pet may help improve heart and lung function. It may help lower chances of dying from heart disease.
Eating a nutritious breakfast every day can help maintain a healthy diet and weight.:
- whole grains, such as oatmeal, whole-grain cereals, or whole-wheat toast
- lean protein sources, such as turkey bacon or a small serving of nuts or peanut butter
- low-fat dairy products, such as low-fat milk, yogurt, or cheese
- fruits and vegetables
Move it! Move it!
Exercise is necessary for good heart health. Park on the far side of the parking lot. Walk to a colleague’s desk to talk. Play with dog or kids at the park.
Brew up a cup of tea
Sip a cup of green or black tea. Take 1-3 cups of tea per day may help lower risk of heart problems and lower rates of angina and heart attacks.
Overweight can increase heart disease. Eat a healthy and balanced diet low in fat and sugar, with fruits and vegetables.
Eat plenty of fiber from a variety of sources, such as wholemeal bread, bran, oats and wholegrain cereals, potatoes with their skins on, and plenty of fruit and veg.
Reduce saturated fat
Eating foods of high saturated fat can raise the level of cholesterol in the blood. This increases the risk of heart disease. Choose leaner cuts of meat and lower-fat dairy products like 1% fat milk over full-fat milk.
Read the food label
Look at the label on food and drink packaging to see calories, fat, salt and sugar the product contains. What you eat — and what you don’t — can make a big difference in preventing heart disease and improving your health.
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