11 Secret Tips For A Healthy Heart They Never Tell You About

How is your dental hygiene related to your cardiovascular health? Why should you go fishing? What's Tai Chi? We'll be discussing all of these AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
Low-fat dairy is a smart choice – 00:25
Tai Chi – 01:42
Go fishing – 02:20
Pomegranate juice is the best – 03:03
Soy sauce is healthy – 03:47
Your sleep habits matter – 04:40
Laugh out loud – 05:21
Breathing exercises are a lifesaver – 05:55
Quit smoking and tobacco – 06:20
Manage diabetes and control your blood pressure – 06:53
Maintain good dental hygiene – 07:49


1. Low-fat dairy is a smart choice
We hear the word “fat” and we go ballistic. But not all fats are bad for you. It’s the trans fats you find in processed food that will harm you. Healthy fats found in foods like dairy, avocados, and fish are great for your body.

2. Tai Chi
Not all workout routines are for everyone. Some give much better results. For instance, if I were to suggest one exercise you should do daily, it would be Tai Chi. Have you heard about it? It’s an ancient Chinese martial art, a long distant cousin of karate and judo. Tai Chi is completely different to other forms of exercise.

3. Go fishing
If Tai Chi isn’t your thing, don’t worry. There’s another way to keep your heart healthy. Go fishing! It’s not so much the activity that helps, it’s the end product. Fish have healthy fats, particularly omega fatty acids. Eating fish helps bring your blood pressure down, thanks to the presence of omega-3 fatty acids.

4. Pomegranate juice is the best
Do you want a healthy heart? Go for pomegranate juice! Wait, what? Juice? Isn’t eating the fruit better than juicing it? Well, not so much if we’re talking about pomegranate.

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