3. Oatmeal

Oatmeal clears up your digestive tracts, soak in all the cholesterol and prevent it from entering your bloodstream. It is packed with soluble fiber that works wonders at reducing cholesterol levels and eliminates your risk of contracting heart diseases.

However, be sure to avoid instant oatmeal as it is filled with added sugars. Instead, bring home a box of old fashioned oats and enjoy them for a hearty and healthy breakfast every morning. You can also eat whole grain bread, grits and pasta.

4. Tomatoes

Tomatoes are packed with potassium, which is extremely healthy for the heart, along with being extremely rich in lycopene, an antioxidant and carotenoid that expands your blood vessels, eliminates bad cholesterol and reduces your risk for contracting heart diseases.

The best part is, tomatoes really fill you up and they are extremely low in sugars and calories. They can be added to your meals in more delicious ways than one, and they nourish your body thoroughly.

5. Green Tea

Green tea is extremely popular amongst Asians, and it is the primary reason why they’re so fit and lean. Its popularity is also rising in the West and medical researchers are beginning to understand its countless benefits.

Green is rich in antioxidants called catechins, which keep your heart healthy and reduce the risk of death by heart stroke or attack. A recent study revealed that individuals who consume four or more cups of green tea every day tend to lower their risk for heart strokes and cardiovascular ailments by 20%. Avid green tea drinkers enjoy countless health benefits, along with maintaining their desired weight.


  1. I am pleased to hear that COFFEE is, ONCE MORE, on the GOOD LIST!!. SO glad I didn’t listen to the other information that said NIX THE COFFEE……YEAH!…?
    So please RSVP on this: How do YOU eat YOUR pommegrenate?

    • First I cut the pomegranate, then I dig my teeth into the pomegranate OR I either get it with my hands that are washed and scoop it all up and eat it. Mm yum

  2. Good information. Content and extract in each item may also include from Scientific and chemical point of view

  3. Thanks for the post about coffee. I love coffee a lot but is it advisable for breastfeeding mothers to take it even though it has caffeine n besides, rumors have it that it dries up the breast milk?


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