Herbs, Mushrooms, and Superfoods to Eat for a Healthy Heart

Everyday your heart beats about 100,000 times. Your heart pumps blood throughout your body which keeps all your organs alive and healthy. Here is a list of 50 or more heart healthy foods that you should add to your diet.

  1. Kale
  2. Quinoa
  3. Spinach
  4. Tomatoes
  5. Wild Salmon
  6. Reishi Mushrooms (My Favorite)
  7. Ginger
  8. Raw or Dark Chocolate
  9. Turmeric
  10. Avacodos
  11. Bilberries
  12. Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  13. Flax, Sesame, Chia or Hemp Seeds
  14. Green Tea
  15. Bilberries
  16. Garlic
  17. Citrus Fruits
  18. Sweet Potatoes
  19. Brocolli
  20. Parsley
  21. Carrots
  22. Parsnips
  23. Coffee
  24. Spirulina
  25. Wheatgrass
  26. Celtic Sea-Salt (Known As The Healthy Salt)
  27. Nuts
  28. Peppers
  29. Beans
  30. Red Wine (One Glass a Day is Amazing for the Heart)
  31. Tofu
  32. Swiss Chard
  33. Fat Free Or Low Fat Yogurt
  34. Apple Cider Vinegar
  35. Oats
  36. Chaga Mushrooms
  37. Shitake Mushrooms
  38. Beets
  39. Asparagus
  40. Lettuce
  41. Peas
  42. Pumpkin Seeds
  43. Brown Rice
  44. Bananas
  45. Lean Beef (10 Percent Fat Or Less)
  46. Lean Chicken
  47. Venison
  48. Eggs
  49. Portobella Mushrooms
  50. Apricots

You should also be doing at least fifteen minutes of heart racing exercises. Get your heart rate up for a bit and increase your energy levels. Feel invigorated!!! You should also be doing yoga and meditation as well as keeping your stress levels down (high levels of stress will hurt you and your heart). Make sure you get a good nights sleep. Cheers to Good Health! Follow Your Path!!!

Let’s talk about flavonoids:

are natural plant chemicals that are found in almost every vegetable and fruit. These plant chemicals help give fruits and vegetables their natural vivid colors. Eating colors is good. When you eat these flavonoids they help boost your immune system by fighting off free radical stress that is trying to harm your body.

Here is a list of fruits and vegetables that contain flavonoids: ginger, spirulina, chocolate, turmeric, bilberries, wheatgrass, green tea, grapes, including red wine, kale, tomatoes, lettuce, Swiss chard, onions, all berries, broccoli, spinach, celery, oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruits and so many more.

“Balance Your Path” Do your own research. Your good health will benefit.

How To Lower Your Blood Pressure

In this day and age it seems like almost everyone has high blood pressure. It is not enough to just eat right and exercise daily. You need to add certain foods to your diet that will naturally bring your blood pressure down. Here is a list of top ten foods you should immediately add to your diet to help get your blood pressure in a more healthy range.

1. Olive leaf: The Greeks were right by eating their daily dose of olive oil.

2. Celtic Sea-Salt: I know some of you are shaking your heads... saying what??? I will say it again... Celtic Sea-Salt may help lower your blood pressure. This salt is not processed and is hand mined on the coastal areas of France. Contains 82 healthy trace minerals. This salt is not table salt. Many books have been written about how healthy Celtic sea-salt is.

3. Wheatgrass: the sprouted baby leaves of a wheat plant. The chlorophyll in wheat grass helps improve blood circulation through out your body which in turn helps lower your blood pressure. A fun fact: wheatgrass is gluten free.

4. Raw Cacao: This is chocolate in its purest form. Raw cacao comes from the seeds of the Theobroma tree. Chocolate can help lower your blood pressure by increasing blood flow. Fun fact: chocolate has more antioxidants than anything on the planet.

5. Turmeric: known as an Indian spice. The curcumin in turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties which helps lower your blood pressure. Fun fact: Ayurvedic medicine has used turmeric for holistic medicine for thousands of years.

6. Green Tea: this tasty tea helps your blood vessels relax, which in turn helps lower your blood pressure. Also green tea contains catechins which help you lose weight by burning belly fat. Fun fact: green tea may also help prevent hypertension.

7. Ginger: this spicy root may help lower your blood pressure by improving blood circulation. Fun fact: ginger is a delicious side with your sushi.

8. Spinach: is high in potassium which helps remove salt from our bodies. Spinach is also high in antioxidants and helps us build lean muscle. Fun fact: Popeye was a super hero.

9. Tomatoes: contain lycopene which may help lower your blood pressure. Tomatoes also may help lower cholesterol and keep your skin healthy. Fun fact: there are 10,000 varieties of tomatoes.

10. Wild Salmon: is a cold water fatty fish that contains lots of Omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3’s may help lower your blood pressure by reducing inflammation. Fun fact: Salmon is delicious on the grill with lemon, butter and garlic.

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Why am I so stressed out

Stress is the build up of negative reactions that affect your physical well-being. Your body goes into a fight or run away response. A hormone called cortisol is released from your adrenal glands when you are in a stressful situation.

You might feel the following: a racing heart, a pit in your stomach, a headache, body pain and even sweaty palms.

There are three different kinds of stress: environmental stress, relationship stress and work stress.

Here are some things you can do to help reduce your stress and it might even go away.

A healthy diet will help strengthen your immune system. A strong immune system helps keep your stress levels down. You should think about adding adaptogens to your diet. An Adaptogen helps fight against free radical stressors that are harming your body. Here is a list of some amazing adaptogens that you should think about adding to your diet.

Ginger Root
Reishi Mushroom
Raw Cacao
Green Tea
Celtic Sea-Salt

If you are experiencing relationship stress. Do your best to talk it out with the person or persons you are having disagreements with. It is possible you may need a professional relationship counselor to help things get better. If any of this doesn’t work, think about ending the relationship or relationships. You will feel better in the long run. Life is short.

If you are experiencing work stress. You don’t feel good when you are on the way to work and you feel worse when you get there. Maybe you don’t get along with an employee. Talk it out. If that doesn’t work go to your boss and explain what you are feeling. If it is your boss that makes you feel horrible. Go to the owner of the business and complain. If that doesn’t help. It is time to find a new job. Life is short.

This content is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of such advice or treatment from a personal physician. All readers/viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions.

Turmeric and her magical powers

Turmeric: I love turmeric. I use turmeric everyday; it is so good for me. Turmeric has a deep yellow color and traditionally is used as an Indian spice. Turmeric originates from Southern Asia and dates back to thousands of years ago. Ayurvedic medicine uses turmeric for warming the body and super strength.

One of my favorite effects of turmeric is its anti-inflammatory abilities. People who have joint or body pain will get relief, and lots of it. Did you know by taking turmeric consistently you will lower your chances of getting Alzheimer's disease by a whopping 30%? Turmeric lowers your chances of getting heart disease. If you are looking for an anti-aging power house, this Indian spice is your key.

Turmeric contains a bioactive compound called curcumin. This is what gives turmeric super anti-inflammatory powers. Curcumin also helps the body eliminate free radicals.

I recommend taking a turmeric supplement daily. Another way to get turmeric into your diet is by adding the spice to your curry or baked chicken. How about a turmeric tofu rice bowl?

Nutrition Facts: Vitamin B6, Betaine, Vitamin C, Choline, Vitamin E, Folate, Iron, Vitamin K and Niacin. Minerals: Calcium, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorous, Potassium, Selenium, Sodium and Zinc. Fats: Omega 3, Omega 6, Oleic fatty acids and Linoleic fatty acids.


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