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Good Healthy Foods for Playing Poker

Having a healthy diet is very important for poker players. These healthy foods will help you play better and smarter in your poker game, and your opponent will not know why!

1. Salmon
Salmon is a very rich source of protein, a popular choice of getting the omega-3 fatty acids which is good for the eyes and heart. Also, many people prefer to eat salmon because it’s easy to cook and has a lovely taste.
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Top 5 Healthy Foods for Poker Players

Did you know that healthy foods can be something that improve your winning chances in Poker?

First you should eat all 3 meals at breakfast, lunch and dinner with healthy stuff, and keep snacks to the minimum. Vegetables and fruits are great to be included in every meal. Many researches have been conducted to prove this fact.

If you are not much of a food person then these five things below will get you started. They are, in my opinion, the top 5 healthy foods for improving your poker game.
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Healthy Snacks to Get You Through the Day

If you're busy but trying to live a healthy lifestyle, you know that snacking is an important part of your diet. Having the right snacks in between meals can cut down on your hunger, reducing the chance of overeating at meal time. In addition, healthy snacks can add important nutrients that you might miss otherwise. Avoid the empty calorie trap of salty or sugary snacks, but load up on healthy alternatives to reach your peak performance throughout the day.


Cut up a variety of raw vegetables as soon as you get them home, so that they'll be ready for snacking whenever the urge hits you. Slice up peppers, cucumbers and carrots, turn broccoli into florets, and wash baby carrots. Keep everything handy in zip-top bags in the refrigerator. Most vegetables are full of fiber and water, which means they will fill you up without adding many excess calories.

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About Healthy Cooking Oils

How do you define healthy cooking oils? If it is made from vegetables, is it considered healthy like the vegetables are? Technically no. What is labelled as vegetable oil sometimes ends up just being heavily refined soybean oil. In most instances, these oils end up not being the healthiest choice to make.

Oils such as cottonseed oil, corn oil and the like are mostly composed of polyunsaturated fats. These fats are highly reactive to heat and light. Since we consume them, they tend to be the reason why we get inflammatory internal problems such as heart disease, diabetes and other degenerative diseases. Continue Reading »

What Foods Are for the Heart?

The heart is a very fragile muscle that is protected inside the rib cage. This muscle provides a continuous blood flow in the body. The heart health can be affected by exercise, diet and overall well-being that is why in America, heart disease is the number one cause of death.

High blood pressure, high cholesterol and obesity risk the heart to attain a number of diseases. That is why people are starting to get diet conscious; what you eat is somewhat a life-or-death question when it comes to your heart. To avoid such predicaments, you must eat foods that have less saturated fat, less sugar, more fiber and less calorie count. Continue Reading »

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