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Top Heart Health Supplements and Foods

Even if you don’t have heart problems, those into health and fitness know that prevention is super important. Everywhere today, people are getting back into a focus on consuming healthy foods that energize and nourish your body. You know… foods that do what food is intended to do: sustain you, sustain your life, and fuel, repair and replenish your body.

Toward that, we’re sharing an awesome list of the top foods posted by Health.com. They posted 18, but we can’t recommend one of them because there are too many negative issues with that one food. We left it in the list though, so that you can decide for yourself.

 

17 Heart Healthy Foods

Excerpted from Health.com1)http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20720182,00.html

  1. Coffee (yep, we’re thrilled too :-))!
  2. Salmon
  3. Oatmeal
  4. Blueberries
  5. Dark Chocolate*
  6. Citrus Fruit
  7. Soy?? (NO! We can NOT agree with this recommendation. Please do your research, consult with trusted integrative physicians and decide accordingly) 2)https://bestfitlife.com/the-silent-attack-on-masculinity/3)https://www.mytrainerfitness.com/best-protein-powder-for-women/
  8. Potatoes
  9. Tomatoes
  10. Nuts – This includes almonds, walnuts, pistachios, peanuts and macadamia nuts*
  11. Legumes
  12. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  13. Red Wine
  14. Green Tea*
  15. Broccoli, Spinach, Kale
  16. Flax Seeds*
  17. Avocado
  18. Pomegranate

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Coffee is Butter Coffee with Coconut Oil, Bulletproof style. This mug is handmade from Mara Stoneware.

 

For our favorite coffee recipe that has lead to improved health—most notably, longer stronger nails—you may enjoy reading this article. And if this sounds just too weird, be sure to at least give it a try with an open mind. I thought it was super weird, but loved it immediately, and now drink it daily and with a better functioning brain!

And when you think about it, coffee comes from beans and it makes a lot more sense to add butter to beans than to add milk! 😄

Here’s to your best possible health



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