Our heart is one of the vital organs in our body and its health is very important for a human. Heart starts its work, of pumping blood to each and every organs and cells of body, continuously from the 21st day a life is conceived in mother’s womb and goes on working till the last breadth a human takes.
Vegetarian Diet and Heart HealthWe should be very attentive towards the health of our heart as a healthy life depends on its being healthy but often we become careless. The health of our heart depends on two points, one are the factors which could be controlled by us like our food habits, exercise, daily routine etc. and other is not in our hand like genetic factors, aging etc.
Vegan Food for Your HeartHere I am telling you about some vegetarian foods that can be beneficial to your heart’s health:
It contains a very good amount of polyunsaturated fats, minerals and vitamins and is a very good source of fibers too, thus it lowers the triglyceride level from body and keeps heart away from cardiovascular diseases.
It contains more proteins and fibers than white processed rice and it contains something that works against angiotensin-II protein which is responsible increased blood pressure and artery blockage.
It is a very good source of roughage, having a bowl of oatmeal give you good amount of omega3 fatty acid, vitamins and minerals like potassium, magnesium, iron, copper etc. It also contains beta-glucan and this is supposed to lower the cholesterol level in the body.
It contains mono-unsaturated fats which keep the coronary arteries clean and clear so good blood with more oxygen and nutrients reach the heart muscles keeping the heart healthy.
These berries are rich in polyphenol an antioxidant which is very good for heart and lower the blood pressure. The antioxidants strengthen the heart vessels and smoothen the contraction and relaxation movement of the vessels.
These are packed with heart health materials like unsaturated fats, omega-3 fatty acid, fibers, vitamins E, L-arginine etc. These all ingredients help tostrengthenthe heart vessels and muscles. Also it reduces the LDL (low density lipoprotein) or bad cholesterol in common words.