World Heart Day 2023: Heart is a part of our body which cannot be ignored. From sleeping at night till waking up during the day till our last breath, our heart keeps working continuously. But rapidly changing lifestyle and wrong eating habits have affected the heart the most. For this reason, heart related diseases are now being seen at an early age, the main ones being heart attack and heart failure.
Today, World Heart Day is being celebrated all over the world, so you can give a gift to your heart by including some superfoods in your lifestyle.
Grains and pulses strengthen the heart
To keep the heart healthy, it is important to include grains and especially pulses in the diet. The proteins and other elements present in pulses promote heart health and also reduce the risk of diseases.
Green leafy vegetables are a treasure of health
Let us tell you that eating green leafy vegetables has only one benefit for the body. To keep the heart healthy, they must be eaten once a day. Eatable vegetables like spinach, fenugreek, salad etc. can be included in this.
Berries keep heart diseases away
Be it strawberry, raspberry or black berry, all types of berries are extremely good for our heart. The antioxidants found in these work to increase the lifespan of the heart, thereby reducing the risk of diseases.
Support your heart by eating dark chocolate
Most people like to eat dark chocolate, the elements found in it help in reducing the risk of heart diseases, especially heart attack. It must be included in the diet and consumed in a certain quantity.
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