Managing A-fib with Food

Learn what you can eat, and what you can't, to minimize the distressing symptoms of a racing heart.

In their place, Zumpano recommends adopting a Mediterranean-style diet. This diet eliminates or minimizes red meat in favor of fish and skinless poultry. Three-fourths of your plate should be filled with vegetables, whole grains or legumes. Olive oil replaces butter and other oils, and fruit and nuts are used for snacks.
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