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What changes can I make to my diet to reduce my risk of heart disease?
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Dr. Steven Ajluni
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: Cardiac risk factors
Lower the amount of saturated fats, simple sugars, and red meats in your diet.
Reducing carbohydrates and replacing with lean protein choices (example fish), and a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Overall, simulating the meditteranean diet may be quite heart-healthy and prove to aid in risk reduction.

In brief: Cardiac risk factors
Lower the amount of saturated fats, simple sugars, and red meats in your diet.
Reducing carbohydrates and replacing with lean protein choices (example fish), and a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Overall, simulating the meditteranean diet may be quite heart-healthy and prove to aid in risk reduction.
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