Dark chocolate has flavonoid antioxidants that work to keep blood platelets from sticking together and may even help keep your arteries unclogged. Research shows that about an ounce of chocolate a day
Punicalagins, compounds found only in pomegranates, lower cholesterol.
nutty-chewy barley back on the table. This wholegrain is full of soluble
Soy foods help your heart by slashing the amount of saturated fat that you eat.
Olive oil contains a potent mix of antioxidants that can lower your "bad" (LDL) cholesterol but leave your "good" (HDL) cholesterol
This seed has heart-healthy galactomannan as well as potassium to maintain BP. also good for reducing LDL.
Blue green algae
This blue-green algae is often called a 'superfood', only partly because of its high level of vegetable protein, higher than that of fish!