Fruits Good For Heart


If you want omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, Vitamin E, and folate-walnut is fill with it and it is also healthy for the heart. It is filled with high polyunsaturated fats. It is also one of the healthiest foods for diabetics.


A hand full of almond is a nutritious reward. Almond are also high in Vitamin E, which helps in boosting the immune system and fight against infection. A study shows that people eating nuts 2 times a week are likely to gain weight than others. Almond is also good for stabling blood sugar, improve blood flow and diabetes.


Blueberries are high in antioxidants; it helps neutralize some of the free radical that causes damage to our DNA. Blueberries also help in high blood pressure which reduces the risk to heart attack. It is also good for the brain function and also improves memory.


We all heard that "an apple a day keeps the doctor away". Eating one or two apple a day will reduce risk factor of heart disease. Apple also helps in lowering cholesterol, regulate blood sugar, safeguard against cancer, protect against cancer, and control appetite.


Oranges are filled with potassium which helps keeping blood sugar under control and counter balance salt. Oranges also have soluble fiber pectin which acts like a giant sponge, which absorbs cholesterol. It also contains Vitamin C that improves blood flow to the heart.


Grapefruit are great for hydration, weight loss, increase energy, antioxidant and lower risk of cancer. It also has Vitamin C and potassium. Grapefruit are also good for your heart it absorbs cholesterol and lessen the chance of stroke which is can cause heart attack or high blood pressure.


Avocado is a good source of Vitamin B6 and folate which help many function of the human body such as forming DNA, new cells and energies metabolism. An amino acid in the blood stream called homocysteine which convert into other amino acid. Too much homocysteine will increase the chance of stroke and heart attack. Eating avocado will help lower homocysteine level because of folate, Vitamin B6 and B12.


Tomato is a fruit but most people think it as a vegetable because of the way to use in cooking and by the taste. Tomatoes are low calories and high in fiber and it has many other good nutrients including Potassium, Folate, Vitamin A, B, C and E, and Lycopene. Lycopene is the reason the tomatoes got it red color. It is a powerful antioxidant. Tomatoes keep blood from clotting, which lower the risk of stroke.