Full Issue (PDF) January 2017 Issue

Download the Full January 2017 Issue PDF

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That advice goes for cooking oils and everything in your diet. Portion control and moderation are key.When establishing a heart-healthy eating plan, pay close attention to saturated fat and trans fat content, calories, added sugars, sodium and additives such as nitrates and phosphates. Reducing your intake of these potentially harmful items can help boost your odds of preserving the health of your heart and your overall physical well-being.

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