Cardiac Diet Recipes

Cardiac diet recipes to enrich your heart. One of the main aspects of heart healthy diet is to enrich your life through eating well. It is my belief that eating healthy should be tasty not bland, to enrich your taste buds as well as your health. Eating healthy should be full of flavor with a lot of different spices, not just by cheating, as I call it, by adding salt or butter to enhance flavor. The world has more to offer in tastes and it is important to experience what the world has to offer. The recipes on this page passed my scrutiny test. That is I made and taste tested each recipe. Each recipe is low fat, little to no salt and supports cardiac function and optimizes heart health. Adding omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals with a myriad of different spices all aimed at lowering LDL cholesterol, raising HDL cholesterol and lowering high blood pressure. By incorporating some or all of these cardiac diet recipes into your life you will be well on your way to being heart healthy.





It personally gives me great satisfaction knowing that people have enjoyed the recipes I created, especially when it looks as good as it tastes. There are is no guilt associated with eating these foods, just knowing that the great taste is also good for you is hard to believe. I once thought that the only spice was salt and food could not taste good without it. I was a die hard salt fan. Now I have expanded my flavors through trial and error, I now enjoy food more now knowing that it is actually good for me. I like controlling what goes into my food and ultimately what goes into my body. I'm not a control freak by any means, I just like to be able to pronounce the name of the ingredients. These cardiac diet recipes help me do just that, stay healthy and in control.

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