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Give your heart a break-say bye to trans-fats

Give your heart a break-say bye to trans-fats

Energy in the food accounts for calories, when you take in more calories than you burn, seriously you are on the wrong track! A gram of protein heart and carbohydrate contains 4 calories while fats count for 9 calories in a gram. For a healthy heart first of all cut down your calorie intake by excluding all the unhealthy fats especially saturated and Trans fats. Your plate should contain a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Cardiovascular system require healthy fats and fibers.some of the heart protective nutrients include asparagus, sweet potatoes, robost Cabernet, legumes, beans, fish and nuts. According to dietitian at preventive cardiology center, Cleveland clinic a huge variation is present in fruits that should be utilized daily.

Julia the dietitian says ‘you can reduce your risk to develop cardiovascular disease by eating those food every single day, otherwise you are at a threat directly killing your heart. Some foods are heart healthy that you can eat at your breakfast, lunch or dinner, salmon contains omega-3 fatty acids. Utilize it in a way you like you can grill it else marinade with pasta tinge.flaxseeds, yet another source of omega-3, you can eat yummiest of homemade cookies indirectly giving your heart a treat!

 

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