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The 6 Best Diets for Heart Health

Diet food is like paradise for the heart and the best way to avoid heart attack so keep the heart healthy and wealthy enough to be given to someone else. 

The 6 Best Diets for Heart Health
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You must have heard about heartbreaks caused by another human being but have you ever heard of heartbreak caused by fast foods like pizza, burgers, and baked food. Yes, that’s more of a heart attack. If we look into the heart we will see the damages we have caused.

Would you want to have or give such a heart who’s damaged, about to break into pieces, and who is screaming for help?

So instead of giving it away and giving up, we’ll be seeing some of the best diets for heart health which will give your heart a warm hug instead of an attack. 

Diet food is like paradise for the heart and the best way to avoid heart attack so keep the heart healthy and wealthy enough to be given to someone else. 

Here are 6 diet food that you can choose from for your precious heart –

What to Eat for a Healthier Heart
Mind diet

Mind diet is plant-focused and it is the hybrid of Mediterranean and dash intervention for the neurodegenerative delay. People with diabetes can benefit from this diet. Especially people with diabetic 2 who are at higher risk need to try this mind diet. 

Mind diet carries less on animal products and more on saturated fats. Its main specialty is the green leafy vegetables that will keep you drooling and delicious berries. 

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Flexitarian diet

This diet is also known as the semi-vegetarian diet. Varies studies have shown that people who tried this diet benefited from healthy weight loss, formed a good metabolism, and prevented them from having diabetes. 

Flexitarian diet stands out from the rest of the class because it allows a certain about of meat or fish. Because of this, most people prefer this over others because it’s hard to quit meat and shift to being vegan or vegetarian. One step at a time is always preferred to reach the goal.

Ornish diet

Created by dean Ornish who claims that it doesn’t just reduce the risk of heart disease but has so much power to reverse it. This is a plant-based diet and includes all the greeny veggies and fruits, grains, seeds, soy. Here’s a list of healthy heart foods to make your grocer-list less time-consuming.  This diet carries less sugar and white rice/wheat. 

TLC diet

Therapeutic life change program takes three approaches- 

  • Consisting of diet
  • Physical activity
  • Weight management 

        This diet focus on fully eradicating fat, no consumption of saturated fat too. Only fiber-rich food

Nordic diet

This is a plant focus diet that has already confirmed its nutritional value. The nordic diet helps prevent the death of middle-aged men and the risk of strokes.

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It’s readily available in any grocery market. It scores 100 in carrying all the macro and micronutrients. It does allow the intake of limited animal-based products. 

Mediterranean diet

Sometimes it’s best to keep the last for the best. As we know how much people love their traditional food. This food is from Greece and Italy. It is the gold standard of preventive medicine that gives us an idea of how much power it holds. It is because of the harmonic combination of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties in it. 

All rich foods like green leafy vegetables, fruits, berries, legumes, extra virgin oil, increase life expectancy, low risk of chronic disease, and healthy lifestyle.

The sound of the heartbeat is the most beautiful sound to exist. Rising heartbeat from running a race to telling your crush how you feel to holding hands. The heart carries all those precious emotions which is what we live for and die for. So try not to lose it because it’s what makes us human beings.  

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Swati is into learning the art of all kinds. Her field of interest is painting, sketching, writing, poetry. She's is currently pursuing a degree in visual communication from Madras Christan college (2019-22) and alongside pursuing a diploma in fine Art's from the National Institute of Fine Art (2021-2022) As a kid with dyslexia, she figured her own way out of learning different concepts through art. And she has been writing and refining her knowledge & skills in English which has intrigued her into writing poetry, creative writing, and content writing. She's currently learning to expand her knowledge more in the writing field where she aims to get a deeper understanding of words and their meaning. In the future, she aims to pursue a career in Art therapy, Where she can help, connect and understand people.

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