“Eating right for your heart doesn’t have to be diet drudgery. Staying within my recommendations can help lower LDL cholesterol, strengthen the vascular system and decrease risk for heart attack and/or stroke.” - Mark Rosenberg, M.D.
Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) May 03, 2012
HealthyAnswers.com relates that heart disease is the #1 killer in America today and that diet is the largest contributor to the current statistics on heart disease.
The American diet, HealthyAnswers.com states, contains too much saturated fat, refined sugar, and too little fiber. However, keeping a healthy heart can be as simple as eating the best, heart healthy foods. Yet, food choices do not need to be boring or mean foregoing favorite foods.
As HealthyAnswers.com expert Mark Rosenberg, M.D. explains, “Within reason, you’d be surprised at how much you can reconcile/modify what you really like to eat with what’s healthy for your heart. People can modify their current diet and lifestyle to make them more heart healthy such as limiting sugar, including fatty fish several times a week, filling up on fiber, banning trans-fats, limiting red meat to a once-a-week treat, and staying well-hydrated. Doing those things can put someone well on their way to keeping a healthy heart.”
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