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10 Heart Healthy Meals and Seasonings Recommended You Eat This Year

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10 Heart Healthy Meals and Seasonings Recommended You Eat This Year
  • PS Seasoning Chef

You want to eat a heart-healthy diet, the good news is your taste buds don’t need to suffer!

Not sure what staples you should keep in your home? 
These 10 meal options and seasonings will help you stock a heart-friendly pantry in no time.
Seasonings, as well as fruits, vegetables and other heart healthy foods, are very rich in colors which points on different kind of flavonoids, vitamins and minerals in them.
 
Seasoning Used: Roasted Garlic and Parmesan

Seasoning Used: Veggie Shake Seasoning


Seasoning Used: Blackened Seasoning

Seasoning Used:  Chipotle Lime Seasoning



Seasoning Used:  Blackened Seasoning

Seasoning Used:  Maple Bacon - Bacon Seasoning
Other Heart Healthy Seasonings:
A well-known spice that can improve digestion, lower cholesterol, boost brain function and memory.  Cinnamon comes from the bark of the aromatic evergreen tree. Ground cinnamon contains a distinct, robust spicy flavor with subtle sweetness.

Ginger comes from the same family as turmeric and it shares a lot of its properties being a powerful heart healthy spice and antioxidant. Ginger is the rhizome or root of a tuberous plant, Zingiber officinale. The flavor is a warm and fragrant, with a pungent spiciness. Ginger is well-known for its health benefits.

Cayenne pepper is one of heart healthy spices frequently used in treating circulatory conditions and improving blood flow. You can also add chili powder to your meals since cayenne pepper is the main ingredient in it.

Rosemary contains antioxidants such as carnosic acid, carnosol, and rosmarinic acid. It is mostly used to improve mental well-being and memory. Adding rosemary to your diet may also result in better cardiac muscle function.

Oregano contains high amounts of powerful antioxidants and phytochemicals such as carvacrol, thymol and rosmarinic acid which are responsible for its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties.

Basil 
Basil is aromatic plant as wall as anise, fennel and tarragon but unlike them, basil is known adaptogen. It can be helpful for preventing diabetes, blood clots and heart attack.

Parsley is one of those heart healthy spices that are very rich in numerous phytochemicals. It is packed with carotenoids, vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin K.

Clove has anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties. They are the fruit of a tree belonging to the evergreen family. The flower buds are dried to a rich dark brown and dusky red color. The flavor is characterized by a sweet, pungent and spicy taste.
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