Foods That are Good for Your Heart

Cauliflower

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2. Cauliflower

You’ve got to pack leafy greens into your daily diet, but if you aren’t a fan of the flavor, consider eating more cauliflower instead. It is quite mild in flavor yet delivers a serious punch of antioxidants and fiber.

That’s a combo you can count on to reduce inflammation, regulate digestion, and reduce cholesterol levels. Cauliflower is also highly versatile – it can be roasted, boiled and mashed, or eaten raw.

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