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Miracle Food Blessed by Jesus Now Proven to Help Prevent Heart Attacks


Fish is a recurring theme in the miracles performed by Jesus. Not only was a fish chosen as one of the first symbols of Christianity, but Christ’s first four disciples were fishermen. And of course, who can forget Jesus’ amazing blessing and miracle with the “loaves and fishes” we read about in the Bible?

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But what is it about fish that is so healing? Omega-3 fatty acids found in deep-sea fish demonstrate anti-inflammatory properties similar to those in powerful prescription drugs.

Inflammation has now been linked to many chronic degenerative diseases, including heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, and others.

And now, science shows that you may actually prevent heart attacks by eating just an ounce a day of fish. A Dutch study demonstrated that eating one ounce of fish per day cut the odds of a fatal heart attack by 50%. Another study showed that consuming fatty fish reduced heart disease deaths by 34%.

Even those who have already suffered at least one heart attack may benefit. A Welsh study found that subjects with prior heart attack history who ate 5 ounces of fish at least twice a week (or took fish oil supplements) dropped their mortality rate by 30%.

Research also indicates that omega-3s help combat circulatory problems by making blood vessel walls smoother and more elastic. They also help lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels and help prevent blood clots and strokes.

And fish is not the only Biblical food noted to help prevent heart attacks and heart disease.
The crown of thorns placed around Jesus’ head during the crucifixion was said to be made of hawthorn, commonly used as a remedy for heart and circulatory disorders as well as digestive, urinary, and nervous disorders.

According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, hawthorn has been used as a heart tonic since the first century. Hawthorn contains antioxidant flavonoids that dilate blood vessels, enhance blood flow, and protect blood vessels from damage.

Another healing plant dating back to Biblical times is sage, most often used today as a spice to flavor foods.

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Sage is known as the Seven-Candle Plant because, when pressed flat, the sage plant takes the shape of the seven-branched candlestick or menorah, the important Jewish symbol described in the book of Exodus.

Due to the many uses of sage in folk medicine, its botanical name Salvia derives from the Latin word “salvere,” meaning “to be saved.” Ancient healers used sage for such diverse conditions as heart attacks and blockages, infertility, memory problems, and others.

Some research suggests that sage root is helpful in preventing blood clots and improving blood flow.

Please note: These Bible foods are not meant to be construed as a cure for heart disease or substitute for proper medical care. Please consult your doctor for guidance.

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