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Superfoods for Your Heart

Learn abou​t the 10 superfoods that can reduce your risk of heart disea​se from the experts at​ National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS).​


Certain foods can help reduce your risk of heart disease

 

With some mindful eating, you can reduce your risk of heart disease. These superfoods, which contain beneficial fats, fibre, powerful antioxidants and essential vitamins and minerals, protect your heart by lowering your blood pressure, increasing your good cholesterol and helping to prevent the build-up of plaque in your arteries. Keep these superfoods in mind the next time you’re planning a meal.

 

10 superfoods for your heart:

1. Almonds​


2. Avocado

 

3. Berries

 

4. Broccoli

 

5. Carrots

 

6. Oatmeal

 

7. Salmon

 

8. Soy products

 

9. Tea

 

10. Walnuts

 


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