In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the heart is the Emperor of the body. It is the directive to how all things move and have their flow, and is said to regulate all functions and organ systems in the body. It's often written, in sacred texts, how we should "guard the heart above all else, for it is the source of all life."
But what if being too guarded is keeping us from great love, growth and, a sense of well-being? What can we do to keep the heart safe and healthy?
If this sounds like something you're interested in exploring further, then I would recommend you consider Marc David's 5 Unexpected Superfoods for the Heart: http://psychologyofeating.com/5-unexpected-superfoods-heart/