Almonds and walnuts contain fiber, vitamin E, omega 3 fats, and many more heart healthy micronutrients.
Olive oil is high in mono-unsaturated fat, which has been shown to increase HDL(good) cholesterol levels.
Strawberries have high levels of vitamin C, fiber and potassium which help regulate metabolism, digestion, and blood pressure, all of which contribute to a healthier heart.
Tomatoes contain lycopene and are also a rich source of antioxidants, vitamin A and vitamin C which help reduce the risk of heart disease.
Leafy greens, whole grains and dry fruits are rich in magnesium which helps lower cholesterol levels and maintain a healthy heart rhythm.
Salmon are packed with omega-3 fatty acids that improve the metabolic markers for heart disease. It also has rich levels of selenium, an antioxidant that boosts cardiovascular protection.
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