First, think about what your heart does for you; here are some facts courtesy of the Cleveland Clinic: The adult heart pumps about 5 quarts of blood each minute – that’s 2,000 gallons a day!
The heart beats about 100,000 times each day.
In a 70-year lifetime, the average human heart beats over 2.5 billion times.
An adult woman’s heart weighs about 8 ounces while a man’s weighs about 10 ounces.
An adult heart is about the size of two fists.
That’s a lot to ask from a little muscle! You build up your arm, leg and abdominal muscles by applying a committed vigorous exercise program – why not do the same for your heart?
You can make nutrition as complicated as you like, but you should follow the basics-keeping your weight down, eating less junk food, and getting the right mix of protein, carbs, and fats. You’re going to have more energy than you did before. Simple!
Energy, of course, is one thing, and sexual energy and capacity are something else altogether. Which brings us to the subject of food and sex. In the past few decades, researchers have gotten pretty good at decoding the chemical mix in the foods we eat. What they’ve discovered is that many foods contain hundreds of chemical compounds that have very specific, and sometimes sex-enhancing, effects.
They’re not aphrodisiacs, in the sense of driving up libido and inflaming desire. Rather, many of these chemicals essentially fine-tune the machinery of sex by reducing cholesterol buildup and enhancing blood flow, stimulating the release of feel-good brain chemicals and hormones, and giving your body the chemical energy it needs to work at top capacity.
Something green, yellow or red (vegetables) should be on your dinner plate every day. We support a Caribbean diet which consists of brown-rice, peas, beans, vegetables (okra, Callaloo, spinach, string beans, squash, karela, bora, cabbage, eggplant, cucumber, onions, garlic, tomatoes, peppers, ect.) meat, fish, fresh fruits, water, milk, coco, fruit drinks, brown sugar, yams, plantain, bread and nuts. Make sure that you cook some curry at least once a week and don't forget the coconut milk.
Healthy Food, healthy living, healthy heart. One love, smile.
Top foods consumed in the world. Goat (meat), Rice (grain), Mangoes (fruit), Fish.
Goat is the most widely consumed red meat, eaten by more than 70% of the world's population. It is a staple of Africa, Asia and South/Central America, and a delicacy in a few European cuisines. The cuisines best known for their use of goat include African cuisine, Middle Eastern, North African, Indian, Pakistani, Mexican, and Caribbean. Cabrito, or baby goat, is the typical food of Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico; in Italy it is called capretto.
Goat meat is savory and less sweet than beef but slightly sweeter than lamb. It can be prepared in a variety of ways, such as being stewed, curried, baked, grilled, barbecued, minced, canned, fried, or made into sausage.
Rice is the most widely eaten food in the world, almost everyone in the world eats rice and every country in Asia eats rice.
Mangoes are the most eaten fruit worldwide. Mangoes are considered to be food staples in India, South Asia, China, South America and Latin America.
Herring is the most widely eaten fish in the world. This fish is found in both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. However, in the United States, tuna is the most consumed fish.
A combination of Curried Goat and steamed Rice makes the perfect meal with pickle herring on the side. Add Mangoes as a drink or dessert, now you are in the top 70% of what the world eats.
Curry Goat & White Rice