Best Foods & Vitamins for Your Heart Health


Heart-healthy eating involves choosing certain foods, such as fruits and vegetables, while limiting others, such as saturated fats and added sugars.

Heart-Healthy Eating:

Black beans are packed with heart-healthy nutrients. Folate, antioxidants, and magnesium can help lower blood pressure. Black bean fiber helps control both cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

Black Beans:

Omega-3s are healthy fats that may lessen the risk of heart rhythm disorders and lower blood pressure. They may also lower triglycerides and curb inflammation.


Olive Oil is a healthy fat it is rich in heart-healthy antioxidants. They may protect your blood vessels. When olive oil replaces saturated fat (like butter), it can help lower cholesterol levels.

Olive Oil:

A small handful of walnuts a day may lower your cholesterol. It may also protect against inflammation in your heart’s arteries. Walnuts are packed with omega-3s, healthy fats called monounsaturated fats, plant sterols, and fiber.


Slivered almonds go well with vegetables, fish, chicken, and desserts. They have  plant sterols, fiber, and heart-healthy fats. Almonds may help lower "bad" LDL cholesterol.

Slivered Almonds:

Sweet and juicy oranges have the cholesterol-fighting fiber pectin. They also have potassium, which helps control blood pressure.


Flaxseed has healthful fat, antioxidants, and fiber, is good for your heart, phytochemicals called lignans, and omega-3 fatty acids.


Low-Fat Yogurt (made with skim milk) can also help control high blood pressure. Yogurt is high in calcium and potassium.

Low-Fat Yogurt:

The mineral magnesium in nuts and seeds may help regulate your blood pressure and keep your heart bit regular.

Nuts and Seeds:

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