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In the United States alone, 1 in 4 people die each year from heart disease.
There's a way to set yourself apart from the many that suffer from cardiovascular illness -and in a way that tastes good!
With so much information about what heart disease is, it can leave many wanting to remain ignorant about the causes, effects and risks of this important disease.
But, if you don't know what role you play in your own risk for heart disease, you could find yourself causing damage to your heart, damage that at some point down the road becomes irreversible to fix.
In the United States alone, heart disease is the number one killer for both men and women.
Got heart disease in your family? Do you have a heart murmur, or heart palpitations? Do you stress out more than you smile?
Then make sure you keep reading.
There are several types of heart disease, including the hardening of coronary arties, irregular heartbeat (which often, but not always, goes away with age) and disease
within your heart valves.
From not getting enough oxygen to your arteries to a development of your heart muscle itself, there are numerous reasons why you must eat your greens. And your fruit too!
Every day, eat these top three foods to help fight the risk of heart disease.
Oranges, just like many other fruits, contain vitamin C, antioxidants, and a variety of vitamins. These natural boosters can pick up your mood when it's lacking and pep
you up right before an important meeting at work.
As it turns out, oranges also have the power to fight off heart failure.
Many people who have heart attacks are completely unarmed and unprepared. In other respects they are actually very healthy, but they may have high levels of stress.
But oranges don't just taste great - juicy, delicious and refreshing. The fruit also contains pectin, which works to absorb the cholesterol you consume (like magic!).
Oranges also contain a great source of potassium. And when you get your daily fill, you'll have the ability to keep your cholesterol and blood sugar in balance.
You can also reduce your risk of developing scar tissue around your heart, which will lower your risk for heart disease altogether.
One of the best greens you can eat - if not the very best - kale is often called a superfood.
Along with fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E and plenty of antioxidants, it also contains something extra to help you battle off heart disease for good.
Nrf2 is a special type of protein that works hard to protect your arteries from building up plaque. When you don't get enough of this miracle protein, Nrf2, you're putting yourself at risk.
So, enjoy kale raw or cooked. Kale is extremely easy to cook with and can be a delicious, nutrient-packed ingredient to use with any meal throughout the day.
Put some kale in a salad, or inside of a turkey sandwich. Saute kale to serve alongside dinner, or simply mix it into your scrambled eggs or a quiche.
As delicious as chocolate tastes going down, it tastes even better when you realize how many benefits it has too.
Who knew a piece of indulgent, rich dark chocolate could drastically improve the health of your blood vessels, allow you to have a more restful night's sleep, and even alter how happy you feel?
Chocolate can positively affect your mind, your body and the future of your overall health. Want to live to be 100? The answer may lie here: Eat just a few pieces of dark chocolate daily to reduce your chance of suffering from a stroke, improve your heart health, and lower your risk for getting heart disease in the first place.
You deserve to not just feel great today. You deserve to feel your very best every day. Focus on the foods you eat today, and improve your future tommorow.