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Health experts have identified which foods are best suited to improve the functioning of the cardiovascular system and for a healthy living

These foods not only improve the health of the heart, but also boost the entire vascular system and stabilize blood pressure.


Oranges are good for the functioning of the heart. They contain a lot of vitamin C, fiber, potassium, pectin and essential nutrients for the body. A glass of orange juice will allow you to get rid of excessive cholesterol, regulate blood pressure, receive a sufficient amount of sodium and neutralize unnecessary proteins.


Vegetables in this class are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and fiber. In addition, you can include this vegetable in a wide variety of dishes.


Garlic not only adds flavor to your dishes, it lowers blood pressure, prevents clogging of arteries and vessels, and stimulates the production of enzymes.


Specialists recommend eating tomatoes that contain lycopene because it protects cells, as well as other antioxidants, vitamins A and C, folic acid and beta-carotene. 

Lycopene also helps eliminate bad cholesterol and lowers the risk of a heart attack by regulating blood pressure.


This food also helps reduce the risk of heart attacks and protects against atherosclerosis. 

By including dates in your diet, you will not only protect your heart, but you will also maintain healthy triglyceride levels, as well as your blood sugar.


This food not only makes your palate happy, but also your heart as it reduces the risk of a stroke, hypertension and regulates blood pressure. 

Flavanol, found in dark chocolate, contributes to the flexibility of blood vessels and prevents heart disease.


These legumes are good for your heart. Adding them to your diet will reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure. They are rich in potassium, protein and magnesium. Therefore, they lower the risk of having high cholesterol.


Sardines are rich in nutrients and strengthen the heart. They also contain a large amount of omega-3 fatty acids that help the body regulate triglycerides. This food also increases the level of HDL and healthy cholesterol in your body.


The almonds strengthen the cognitive functions of the brain and memory, according to research. In addition, they reduce the risk of diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, lower cholesterol and absorb low-density lipoproteins or LDL.

Other heart-healthy foods that scientists recommend include broccoli, coffee, cranberries, figs, piquillo peppers, ginger, and apples, among others.

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