Features November 2017 Issue

Current Dietary Guidelines Worth Following for Better Heart Health

Fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains are the cornerstones of a heart-healthy diet.

Current Dietary Guidelines Worth Following for Better Heart Health

Whether you follow a Mediterranean diet, a vegetarian diet or a ‘Healthy American’ eating style, the key is always

While there is no debating that what you eat affects your cardiovascular health, there is plenty of conversation about what eating strategy is best for your heart and the rest of you, too. Current dietary guidelines recommend eating more vegetables, fruits, and whole grains, as well as cholesterol-lowering foods, such as oats, nuts, and soy.

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