10 Best Foods for your heart

I thought I’d share this article on the 10 Best Foods for Heart Health | Wake Up World. from one  of my favorite liked pages on Facebook.

I was one of those odd kids that adored Spinach, and Popeye 🙂
ice cream and corn on the cob, Corn is out spinach remains aka  Popeye ‘s anti- Brutus strengthening food.
Chickpeas with a squeeze of lemon also rated high as did whole tomatoes, almonds, broccoli the mini trees, who didn’t want to eat those,  and my favourite Mom’s Lentils soup with garlic, rice pudding and homemade yogurt.

Asparagus is in,  I’m not a huge fan of Salmon I never had Brussels sprouts as a kid, I discovered those gems when I was a 20 something.
Who doesn’t love fresh walnuts.

Walnut- msheArt2

In Nature’s smart package.

Come to the present, I can’t think of a vegetable I don’t like, green & red cabbage, string beans, legumes, fresh and dried parsley, cilantro,  oregano, basil, turmeric, black turtle beans, (⇠ click to see recipes on beans, or go to Yummly for more)  all types of lentils, hot chiles whole and dried powder sprinkled on most things I eat, parsnip and on and on and a slice of fresh crusty bread with a thin spread of goat butter, please!

Home grown

Home grown

Mmm my appetite is growing,  good food there’s really nothing like it.

Goats Milk  is also better for your heart.

Raising Goats… Mother Earth News.

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The Incredibly Bad Science Behind Dr. Esselstyn’s Plant-based Diet

I’m not one to be manipulated by the use of formalism, or authoritative professional opinion which are used to control philosophy, science, and medicine. I’m just a person who has been a macrobiotic vegan once for years. I simply know I can see social engineering and this as an agenda.
The fact is veganism ( and little concern if that diet is based on genetically modified plants) is part of the new world’s order of UN’s Sustainable Development goals numbers 2 and 15.
Veganism is part of the UN, FAO, and Codex Alimentarius
I agree with this doctors take on this plant diet.

The Skeptical Cardiologist

txorito pamplona Txorizo Pamplona. This delightful sausage of Navarra in the basque region of Spain is right out in Esselsystn’s plant-based diets.

The skeptical cardiologist has heard a few cardiologist colleagues rave about the movie “Forks Over Knives” and promote the so-called “whole-foods, plant based diet.”

One of the two major physician figures in the movie is Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, a former surgeon and now a vegan evangelist.

salad You’ll be eating a lot of this on the Esselstyn diet but do not, under any circumstances add a salad dressing containing any oil of any kind to attempt to make it palatable or satiating.

Esselstyn, along with T. Colin Campbell (of the completely discredited “China Study” (see here for a summary of critical analyses of that data), Dean Ornish, and Nathan Pritikin, are the leading lights of a dying effort to indict any and all fat as promoting heart disease and all the…

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