Eat These 10 Magnesium Filled Foods to Prevent Heart Disease (II)
Eat These 10 Magnesium Filled Foods to Prevent Heart Disease (II)

Eat These 10 Magnesium Filled Foods to Prevent Heart Disease (II)

Heart Disease: In the previous article, considering the important role of magnesium in maintaining heart health, we introduced a number of foods containing magnesium.

In this article, you’ll come to know more about other foods that contain this essential mineral.

6- Artichokes

Artichoke has a lot of other substances and other useful metals for the body.

By reducing cholesterol and opening the blood vessels, circulation increases and the function of the heart improves.

On the other hand, reducing cholesterol reduces the risk of heart attacks and Heart Disease .

7- Kidney Beans

Studies show that low magnesium consumption increases the chances of chronic inflammation and heart conditions.

A cup of cooked beans is about 74.3 mg of magnesium.

8- Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is rich in magnesium

Peanut butter has 154 mg magnesium for a 100 g serving.

This healthy dosage of magnesium on a daily basis will help the muscles and heart function properly and prevent Heart Disease.

9- Potato

You might think at first that the potatoes are rich in starch, and you cannot afford to eat anything but fat.

But potatoes with a preservation of magnesium levels significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease

And play an important role in maintaining cardiac health.

A baked potato (with skin) contains 25 mg of magnesium.

10- Rice

Brown rice is a highly nutritious grain for digestion, reducing cancer, and promoting good heart health.

A great source of magnesium.

A portion of 100 g brown cooked rice gives you 43 mg of magnesium.

Reference: Foodworldblog

Collected by: Dr. Afsaneh Amin Ghafouri

About Afsane AminGhafouri

Afsane AminGhafouri
My name is Afsaneh Amin Ghafouri I have PhD degree in Agroecology from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran. I have over 8 years of experience working in agricultural science as Medicinal Plants scientist. Currently, I work as a Senior Researcher (R&D) at Parsi Teb Herbal Pharmaceutical Company since 2017. I have written more than 100 articles on medicinal plants and their application in traditional medicine. Teaching experience for 8 years in the field of medicinal plants.

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