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Kristine Ching, Contributor
 
September 24, 2010

12 Foods That Keep Your Heart Healthy

September 26 is World Heart Day! Your heart has been doing all the lovin' since you had your first crush, but are you giving your old ticker the care it deserves? By Kristine Ching
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According to the latest figures of the National Statistical Coordination Board, heart disease is still the number one killer of Filipinos, claiming over 77,000 lives a year. The second is also a cardiovascular disease, stroke, which kills over 50,000 people a year. But the good news is, heart disease and stroke are lifestyle-related ailments, so a few changes in your everyday life can mean a huge decrease in your chances of getting one.

Sunday, September 26, is World Heart Day, and according to the World Heart Federation, what this means is it’s time to take responsibility for the health of your own heart. And the first step to doing that is to be aware of what’s good and bad for your ticker.

Check out the slide show below, where we have listed a dozen super foods that can help keep your cardiovascular system in tip-top shape to get started in your heart-healthy regimen.

Glad of the information but not sure how to incorporate it into your life--or, more specifically, your diet? View our article on heart-healthy recipes to see how you can turn your hand (and your kitchen) toward meals that are good for your heart and your stomach!

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  • penguinmichi Sep 26 2010 @ 11:07pm Report Abuse
       
    this is helpful.. :) babalik ako here to copy this :) sa ms word ko :)
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  • Dr J Oct 07 2010 @ 05:03pm Report Abuse
       
    Thanks to this articles. Very informative.We need to teach our own people the right ways and foods to eat because we see that lots of Filipinos died because of heart disease. This way, your article can help us fight heart disease. keep up and publish more health and wellness articles and tips.



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