Tomatoes contain lycopene, an antioxidant plant pigment. Antioxidants neutralise free radicals, reducing oxidative damage and inflammation that can cause heart disease.

Tomatoes

Almonds are rich in heart-healthy vitamins and minerals. They're a wonderful source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and fibre.

Almonds

Chia seeds are heart-healthy. Chia seeds' impact on human heart health need additional study.

Seeds

Garlic reduces blood pressure and cholesterol. They prevent blood clots.

Garlic

Olive oil's antioxidants reduce inflammation and chronic disease risk. It's rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids.

Olive oil

Polyphenols and catechins work as antioxidants to prevent cell damage, reduce inflammation, and safeguard heart health.

Green tea

Dark chocolate's antioxidants enhance heart health. Moderate chocolate consumption (less than 6 servings a week) may reduce heart disease.

Dark chocolate

Omega-3 fatty acids from fatty fish may lower heart disease risk and arrhythmias.

Fish oil

Vitamin K and nitrates in leafy greens can lower blood pressure and enhance vascular function. Leafy greens cut heart disease risk.

Green vegetables

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