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Used in moderation, raisins are not only delicious but also a source of iron and have more potassium, per serving, than bananas.
Red Chili Peppers:
Heart-friendly and also have pain relief abilities.
Red Kidney Beans (chitra rajma):
High in antioxidants, these beans score over 13,000 on the ORAC scale, which measures antioxidant content in foods. Antioxidants help fight excess free radicals which contribute to onset of heart disease, cancer, arthritis, faster
aging & wrinkles. Red kidney beans are also very high in both soluble and insoluble fiber, protein, iron and calcium, folic acid (vitamin B9), magnesium, iron, copper, zinc and other minerals.
Most people don’t realize that a compound in onions called allyl propyl disulphide (as well as vitamin B6 and chromium) contributes to improved cardiovascular health by lowering high blood pressure and high blood cholesterol levels, thereby cutting your risk of heart disease and stroke.
This delicious rice with nutty flavor, is much better for you than white rice since the bran of this rice is intact. Bran is usually removed in white rice to make it look nicer but that’s where much of rice’s nutrition lies! Bran is important as it’s rich in fiber,
heart-friendly essential fatty acids (EFAs), protein, vitamins and minerals. Using brown and red rice instead of white rice is one good strategy for losing extra weight and preventing diabetes.
A fragrant spice with a memorable flavor, rosemary also contains unique substances stimulating the immune system, improving heart health and circulation, and improving digestion. Rosemary has been shown to increase the blood flow to the head
and brain, improve memory, protect the brain against excess free radicals and help to slow down age-related cognitive decline.