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Eating for a Healthy Heart

A Heart-Healthy Diet Plan


9/23/2017 7:41:49 PM

Pssst: "Americans."

Otherwise, informative and helpful piece.
9/19/2017 7:34:34 PM

good article
9/13/2017 9:24:54 PM

JAMER123's SparkPage
Good pointers in the article! Thank you!
9/12/2017 5:37:08 PM

read the article. sound advice. thanks.
9/10/2017 11:08:14 PM

PLATINUM755's SparkPage
Excellent tips for sure...Thanks!
8/30/2017 8:20:12 AM

I'm begin more mindful of my sodium intake.
8/24/2017 10:08:38 AM

USMAWIFE's SparkPage
lots of great information here
8/18/2017 5:17:58 PM

A lot of info to consider.I don't drink coffee. However, when my 10 yr nephew tried my dandelion root tea, he said it tasted like coffee. So heres to the taste without the caffeine. Plus, the tea is a good for the liver tea.
8/14/2017 8:45:26 PM

Very informative article....................Thank You.
7/15/2017 2:53:43 PM

Been drinking coffee since age 6 or so, always have, like the taste, will still do it, no matter the rules.
7/6/2017 7:50:05 PM

JVANAM's SparkPage
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Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.
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7/5/2017 6:09:39 AM

-POOKIE-'s SparkPage
I'm surprised how many american everyday foods STILL contain hydrogenated fats.

In the UK they where phased out years ago because of the absolutely terrible affect they have on health.
6/19/2017 2:41:48 PM

CTYONIT's SparkPage
The part about cholesterol is misleading--- only a very small percentage of people have high cholesterol due to diet--cholesterol troubles are way more complex than oh, I ate eggs/bacon/cheese. The cause of clogged arteries is inflammation/injury to the arterial wall. Cholesterol is sent by the body to repair the damage wall--so we needn't worry about our cholesterol but rather what is damaging our arterial walls. No damaged walls--no cholesterol buildup.
6/14/2017 7:27:29 PM

All suggestions were very informative. The booze one cracked me up. This many drinks are OK but don't start if you already don't drink. Like who would do that? Just read studies on the positive effect of up to 3 cups of coffee having an effect on prostate and uterus cancer. I don't drink it and don't plan on starting to do so. Had to be caffeine and Italian style, though. Preferably organic. Still a no for me.
6/13/2017 12:22:57 PM

LIS193's SparkPage
Great information!

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