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“Heart Healthy Foods,” a New Article on Healthreviewcenter.com, Teaches People Nutrition Tips for Heart Health - Health Review Center
Date:12/26/2013

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 26, 2013

The new “Heart Healthy Foods” article penned by My Nguyen on Healthreviewcenter.com delivers nutrition tips on how to improve heart health naturally and quickly. This writing is specifically designed for those people who want to protect their cardiovascular system without using any kind of drugs or medications. Firstly, this article uncovers to learners some healthy foods to lower the risk of heart disease, such as yogurt, turmeric, raisins, asparagus, and cinnamon. “There really is an abundance of fruits and vegetables in many shapes, colors, sizes that are beneficial for your heart. You could definitely decrease your risk of developing cardiovascular disease by eating heart-healthy foods every day," says Walter Willett, MD, chair of nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health. The author indicates that raisins can defeat the growth of a type of bacteria that could cause inflammation and gum disease. People should also consume oatmeal because it contains Omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, potassium, folate, niacin, and soluble fiber that are good for the human heart. Secondly, this writing recommends readers that they should eat less saturated and trans fat, which are found in fatty meats, fried foods, cakes and cookies. Next, this report encourages people to consume red wine in order to keep blood vessels flexible and decrease the risk of unwanted clotting. Moreover, in this article, people will get to know easy ways to bring their cholesterol down naturally and tips to control blood sugar levels efficiently.

Lastly, the article takes people step-by-step through an interesting process of exploring how to make use of whole grai
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