23 Things We Learned from the 2010 Guidelines

1) Lowering saturated fat and cholesterol in your diet will help you lower your LDL, or bad cholesterol, and risk of heart disease.

2) Seafood twice a week is a good idea to lower heart disease. Experts say you should limit your seafood intake to no more than 12 ounces and eat a variety to avoid pollutants.

3) Milk is not a weight loss tool although getting enough calcium is good for your bl...

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