I work in cardiac surgery (in data, not a dr.), as it turns out, so might have a bit of useful info.
Heart murmurs in childhood are fairly common, I understand, and yes most of the time are no cause for concern. And yes, there is variance amongst doctors & equipment on the ability & accuracy to hear.
But please don't think that all heart murmurs are nothing serious. Often a person has a heart murmur because they have a valve issue. Sometimes this is minor. But, as the years go on and we age, this valve issue (called insufficiency or regurgitation) can get worse, and lead to heart failure. This is why people get their heart valves replaced.
That is one thing that gets me - my mother was told she had a heart murmur when she was young, and that it was no big deal. She had mitral valve regurgitation. No one ever did anything about it, and that, combined with other issues, cause her to now have heart failure and she can't even walk a block without having to stop to catch her breath.
I wanted to put that out their, to clear up the whole "murmurs are no big deal" belief. Sometimes they aren't a big deal. Sometimes they aren't a big deal, but then do become a big deal.
But, in your case, dinis, since they no longer hear the murmur, my guess would be that you had a PFO (patent foramen ovale), also known as a hole in your heart between the two ventricles. This is fairly common in childhood, and the hole usually closes up as the person reaches adulthood, which may have been what happened to you. Therefor, you had a murmur when you were young, but don't anymore. So, if this is the case, it would not be a valve problem, and wouldn't be any cause for concern.
As far as diet, no, really, there isn't any diet issues related to heart valves/murmurs/PFOs. However, if you did have heart failure (which you don't), you would work on sodium intake. And of course, eating paleo would help keep you healthy and your muscles strong (including your heart muscle!), so I would imagine that would help.
But, I am not a doctor! I do know A LOT about the heart, but am not a doctor, and even if I were, wouldn't be able to diagnose you over the internet.
If you are concerned, I would say go and get an echocardiogram. They are non invasive- it's just like an ultrasound that they give pregnant women, but over your heart. But since it sounds like you are already seeing a cardiologist, you probably have already had one, or will have one shortly.