32 Heart-Bliss-Fitness Foods

Following your Heart-Bliss-Fitness menu of delicious foods can help you lose weight, balance blood sugar, lower your blood pressure, and support normal cholesterol levels. And for many women, it will give them energy—but not all women will experience increased energy levels. The reason will be covered later. 

Heart-Healthy Foods
When you're following a Heart-Bliss-Fitness plan, it's time to eat plenty of heart-nourishing ingredients, including fruits and vegetables, and crops rich in fiber and Omega-3 fatty acids.

Shout-Out Vegetables
Fruits and vegetables and are undoubtedly excellent. They boost your immune system, providing the nutrients your body needs and help reduce inflammation. Plus, the more fruits and veggies you eat, the less processed foods, the better.

At mealtime, Heart-Bliss-Fitness recommends filling two-third of your plate with fresh veggies and some fruit. The good news is that vegetables and fruit are easy to make and easy to prepare. As long as we're eating them with a pinch of salts and sugars, they are generally suitable for most women.

Imagine a meal with splashes of red, gold, purples and forest greens. The more colors of the rainbow you consume, the greater variety of nutrients you're getting.

Vary your vegetables each. Don’t forget the white or beige vegetables like onion, cauliflower and mushrooms.

1. Spinach
2. Broccoli
3. Cauliflower
4. Bok choy
5. Tomato
6. Arugula
7. Bell peppers
8. Carrots
9. Asparagus

Suitable Soluble Fiber
You probably think of fiber as good for digestion, but it's also a vital component of Heart-Bliss-Fitness eating. "One of the most important nutrients for heart health is soluble fiber. "Eating soluble fiber can help lower your cholesterol level, boost healthy gut bacteria and better manage blood sugar levels." Generally speaking aim for 25 grams of soluble fiber per day; you can find it in:

1. Oats
2. Beans
3. Berries
4. Ground flaxseed

Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish, nuts and seeds, support the longevity of the cardiovascular system. Omega-3-rich foods such as:

1. Salmon
2. Tuna
3. Herring
4. Sardines
5. Walnuts
6. Ground flaxseed
7. Hemp Seeds
8. Chia seeds

Nitric Oxide Boosting Foods

Nitric oxide is the biggest heart discovery of the century-yet few women know about it! Nitric Oxide is a vital molecule produced in your body that impacts many aspects of the body – Heart, Bones, Brain, Vision, Cognition, Oxygenation, and Immune Function. Nitric oxide helps blood vessels dilate to promote proper blood flow and may provide optimal wellness benefits, including improved exercise performance.

As part of the aging process or when under chronic stress, nitric oxide levels are reported to diminish. This may lead to a lowered level of vitality. Consequently, researchers suggest, nitric oxide boosting foods and supplementation are keys for supporting healthy energy.

1. Beets
2. Garlic
3. Meat
4. Dark Chocolate
5. Leafy Greens
6. Citrus Fruits
7. Pomegranate
8. Nuts, seeds
9. Watermelon
10. Red Wine
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