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Did you know that regularly eating nuts significantly reduces the incidence of heart disease? Eating one ounce of nuts five or more times per week can reduce your risk of heart disease by 25-39%. Why are nuts so beneficial? Although nuts are high in fat, the fat is mostly...
 
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A diet that is low in fat and high in fiber is best for heart health. Most people have a limited budget for fat. Did you know that the type of fat you choose has a big impact on your cholesterol level and more? Healthy fats that are naturally...
 

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Here is what you need to know to have a healthier diet for your heart. This advice is great for everyone - whether you already have high cholesterol or your want to avoid it. This is the latest advice from the American Heart Association. For more information, visit www.americanheart.org. The American Heart Association updated its ... Are You Eating Right For Your Heart?
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What is homocysteine? Homocysteine is made from methionine, which is found in large amounts in all animal proteins. Why should I lower it? Too much homocysteine in the blood has been shown to raise the risk of coronary heart dis- ease, stroke and peripheral vascular disease. Several studies have also shown elevated levels are associated ... Lower Homocysteine for Heart and Brain
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The food choices you make have a significant impact on your cholesterol level and the health of your cardiovascular system. Take this quiz to find out how heart smart you really are. Tally up your score at the end. 1. Which item below is the best choice for your...