Here are some practical tips on how you can increase the consumption of these things to maintain a healthy heart. Stock up these protein friendly items in your pantry. Buy them even if you’re not sure about using them because these tend to have a long shelf life, so you can store them in your pantry. Next time you’re hungry and you walk into your pantry you know you have all this stocked up for a quick snack if it’s a nut or you can boil them quickly for a healthy meal.
There are many plant-based meat alternatives, so be careful when you buy them because these are highly processed, ultrarefined and they may not be healthy for your heart. Stick to the natural things that are available.
Eating them regularly reduces the risk of heart disease because of high-quantity of omega-3 fatty acids in them. It does make a difference how you prepare them. If you eat fried fish or fried seafood you will lose the benefit of reduction in heart attacks.
If you desire to eat meat or poultry, then avoid red meat and pick lean meat. Substituting red and processed meat with the things mentioned before reduces the risk of having a heart attack.
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