You really need to care for your heart.  To avoid cardiac diseases and inflammation, I will enlighten more on foods for the heart. Let try this exercise, Attempt to rhythmically open and tightly close your hand once a second.  After a few minutes it is possible that you would begin to feel uncomfortable, and it would not be long before you would give up the exercise.
 The heart muscle performs a very similar exercise to opening and closing of the hand, but it does it unceasingly, without stopping, drim birth to death, and without tiring a long as it maintained in good health.  This capacity of the myocardium, the muscles that forms the heart, to work unceasingly and without rest, is one of the more surprising facts of animal as well as human physiology.
 However,  in reality the heart does rest. It does so in the brief period between beats. During some tenths of a second, the myocardium relaxes and receives blood and nutrients by means of the coronary arteries.
 Do you know the heart- healthy diets.
♣ Eat at least five portion of fresh fruit a day.
♣ Eat a minimum of two or three portion of legumes a week.
♣ Eat at least one fresh vegetables salad a day dressed with olive oil or seed oil.
♣  Reduce the intake of salt and sugar.
♣ Eat whole-grain bread and pasta instead of white bread and refined pasta.
♣ avoid tobacco and coffee
♣ perform physical exercise for at least 40 minutes three times a week.
 ♧ a diet is based on fruits, oil-bearing nuts,vegetables, legumes, and whole grains simply prepared gives the best results for heart attack prevention.
  The wine and the heart.
Beneficial action on the heart: various statistical studies show that drinking between 100 and 200 ml of red wine a day lowers the risk of death from heart attack.  This effect only seems to involve men over the age of 50.
 These Same statistics report that when more than this amount (200ml or about 1 cup of wine or 20 g of pure alcohol) is exceeded the mortality rate due to cardiovascular disease increases, and many other disorders are fostered.
 The possible beneficial effects of red wine has been attributed to phenolic flavonoids: these substance came from the grape, which gives red wine it's colour. They act to inhibit the oxidation of lipoproteins, and by so doing, prevent cholesterol deposits within the arteries know as arteriosclerosis.  Fruits in general and grapes in particular are the best source of flavonoids.
What should one eat after a heart attack?
 After suffering a heart attack a diet rich in fruits and vegetables are highly recommended.  Their antioxidant action reduces necrosis(cellular death) in the heart muscle.
 The arteriosclerosis that cause heart attack can also be reserved.  The investigation carried out in california. These are the common diseases of the heart.
Angina pectoris
Myocardial infraction
Arrhythmia
Cardiac failure.
 This are the healthy foods for the heart.

Cheimoya (strengthen the heart)
 It is not easy for one to describe the flavour of the cherimoya, for some it is reminiscent of the straw-berry,  for others it tastes like pineapple,  some says it do taste like banana or pear.
 The cherimoya is typical of the Adean region. Its name is derived from the quechua word chirimuya. Even though it is a tropical fruit, it grows at high elevations. Natives of the Andean altiplano have a saying that although the cherimoya cannot tolerate snow,  it likes to  be at the mountains.
 Properties and indication of cherimoya.
 The cherimoya stands out for its sugar content.  Among these, fructose and saccharose predominate. Its protein and fat content is low. The vitamins it contains most are that of B group such as B1 or thiamin, riboflavin and pyridoxine with niacin. According to the minerals present are calcium, phosphorus and potassium.  Its energy content is 94 calories per 100 g is considerable,  bearing in mind its a fresh fruit.
 Preparation. • remove the stem by pulling gentle. It is easy removables in ripped ones. • cut the fruits in half with a knife. • remove the pulp with a spoon and eat it just as it is or strain it into a puree. • strain the pulp to prepare a puree for use in beverages, frozen desserts, or shakes.

 Broccoli (ideal for heart patients)
Broccoli cultivation has experienced a significant increase in recent years in Europe as in America. More broccoli and less cauliflower is being eaten, possibly because broccoli produces less flatulence than cauliflower and for many it has a better flavour.
 Properties and indication: among all the cabbages belonging to crucifer family, broccoli stands out as among the richest in proteins, calcium, provitamin A and vitamin C.
 This vegetables plays a big role in curing • coronary disease • obesity and diabetes • cancer etc.

 Walnut (provide energy to the heart)
Even though it is believed that the walnut is originated in central Asia, is now adapted to the countries surrounding the Mediterranean.
 Properties and indication: it contains about 61.9% of fat, linoleic  acid about 31.8%. This lowers cholesterol level and is involved in the formation of nerve tissue.  It also possess about 13.5% of carbohydrates.  Walnut puts a stop to heart attack.

 Macadamia (a heart-friendly nut)
The macadamia is among the ten species only one is of dietary importance because of the quality of its nut.
Properties and indications: 73% of fat, 8.3% of protein although it lacks methionine.


 Banana (very rich in potassium)

 banana has great role to play in the heart region. it is know as one of the major source of potassium which the body needs.
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