Foods for Heart and Brain Part Two


Certain foods are good for our heart and brain. If we eat them constantly, they will help to maintain and repair our heart and brain. We have chosen more than a dozen foods that are good for the heart and brain, as explained below:


Mutton is a newly discovered indispensable nutritious food. It is recommended to eat lamb one to two times a month. It is rich in protein, low in cholesterol, and supplements iron, zinc, and phosphorus.

It contains a large amount of L-carnitine, which can promote the burning of long-chain fat, enhance the vitality of enzymes and hormones, and is beneficial to the heart.

The food is hot in nature, so people with a certain body constitution should avoid it.


It is recommended to eat it once a week. When eating, do not peel and throw away the purple skin. It contains saponins, vitamin D, and rutin.

It has the effects of nourishing blood, removing blood stasis and removing wind, dredging collaterals, promoting blood circulation, and lowering cholesterol. It can better balance blood pressure and prevent blood vessel rupture.

Black fungus

It is recommended to eat it once a week, Yunnan black fungus is the best.

It contains cellulose, phosphorus, calcium, iron, carotene B2, and lecithin.

It can alleviate arteriosclerosis, prevent coronary heart disease, and resist platelet aggregation.

We usually buy it dried and we sook it in cold water to soften it before cooking.


It is recommended to eat it once a week, the darker the color, the better.

It contains allicin and dietary fiber.

It has a great auxiliary effect on regulating blood pressure, relaxing blood vessels, reducing blood vessel blockage, and maintaining cardiovascular health.

Lotus seeds

It is recommended to eat them once a week, and do not remove the heart of the lotus seeds when eating.

It contains liensine, which has the effect of strengthening the heart and lowering blood pressure.

Lotus seeds have the effects of nourishing the heart and kidney, thickening the intestines and stomach, consolidating essence and energy, strengthening muscles and bones, replenishing deficiency, improving ears and eyes, and removing cold and dampness from the body.


It is recommended to use it once a week, and do not remove the top skin.

It contains protein, carbohydrates, vitamin C1, B1, B2, and a variety of minerals. It has the effects of preventing vascular sclerosis, lowering blood pressure, fighting cancer, and increasing immunity.

Sweet pepper

It is recommended to eat once a week, and the fresher the better.

It contains a lot of vitamin C, carotene and trace elements, which can prevent arteriosclerosis.

It comes in various colors. Which color will your choose? What difference does it make?


It is recommended to eat once a week, which is a type of soybean.

It contains protein, carbohydrates, vitamin A1, B1, iron, calcium, zinc, and potassium.

It can lower cholesterol in the bloodstream.


It is recommended to consume it three times a week.

It contains protein, starch, vitamin E, selenium, magnesium, calcium, iron, and phosphorus.

It can maintain the normal nervous system and prevent arteriosclerosis, hypertension, obesity and so on.


It is recommended to consume it once a week.

It contains a lot of vitamin C.

It can reduce cell damage by free radicals and prevent coronary heart disease and arteriosclerosis. It can help you lose weight.

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