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Besides green leafy vegetables what else is good to have in your diet to reduce your risk of heart disease?

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Dr. Joseph Woods
Pathology
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In brief: Fruit, fiber, etc.

This answer has somewhat changed over time, but many health professionals agree that a diet with many vegetables, high fiber foods like wheat bread, beans, etc.
, and healthy meats like chicken and fish are the staples of a good diet to reduce risk of heart disease. Fish are especially good due to their omega3-fatty acids. A glass of wine per day has also been agreed upon to be helpful.

In brief: Fruit, fiber, etc.

This answer has somewhat changed over time, but many health professionals agree that a diet with many vegetables, high fiber foods like wheat bread, beans, etc.
, and healthy meats like chicken and fish are the staples of a good diet to reduce risk of heart disease. Fish are especially good due to their omega3-fatty acids. A glass of wine per day has also been agreed upon to be helpful.
Dr. Joseph Woods
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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: Diet

Look up the mediterranean diet.
It has about the best supportive data we have for diet.

In brief: Diet

Look up the mediterranean diet.
It has about the best supportive data we have for diet.
Dr. Calvin Weisberger
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