Feature

July 2001 Issue

Time To Get Tough On Heart Disease: What Does That Mean For Diet?

(Part one of a two-part feature on heart disease and diet.) We all know itís important to eat a heart-healthy diet, but exactly what does that mean? If youíre confused, youíre not alone. Diet advice has changed over the years and diet dogma from the government was recently revised yet again. Still, some truisms remain. In this two-part series, EN looks at the foods, supplements and eating patterns that show the greatest promise for keeping your heart healthy.

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