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Are you aware Cardiovascular diseases are the main cause of death in the world today❓ These chronic diseases have no respect for your age, background nor religion? ✳️ Research has shown that excess level of bad fats and cholesterol are built from our high consumption of refined sugar, processed foods, and heavy fatty foods, which in turn leads to an increased level of "Low Densed Lipoprotein LDL (Bad cholesterol carriers) who are linked to being the cause of an increased risk of high blood pressure, stroke, hypertension, heart attack, heart failure, and other cardiovascular diseases. Here are 5 foods that will improve your heart health: 1. WHOLE GRAINS + LEGUMES 🌽 They include beans, oats, Soybeans, millets, corn, peas, black/brown rice, sorghum, lentils, etc. Whole grains keep all parts of the grain intact, which provides you with more vitamins, minerals, plant compounds, and fiber than refined grains, while legumes are rich in fiber, minerals, and protein. In replaci


Having good self-esteem and confidence will help you thrive in these fast-paced times. This asset: Confidence can be built at any time in your life; in the beginning, you become better. Here are some tips to help you boost your confidence level: 1. EXERCISE - You see, this action is power in motion. When exercising, there is the ease of blood circulation, the flexibility of your bones, and the release of hormones which improve your mood and energy levels to take vital actions. 2. MAKE MISTAKES - As humans, we have been blessed with the Gift of the MIND, with which you can learn and unlearn anything. If trying out a new job, skill, business opportunity, or speaking engagement, don't be afraid; but be sure to prepare at your best. No matter how bad or good the outcome may be, there is something you will look back to mend, and this will help you in future engagements. Learn to trust the baby steps, and don't be afraid of falling, for you rise to stand firm in falling