April 2005 Issue
Heart Rx: More Fruits, Veggies, Less Saturated Fat
A new study has found that men who eat a lot of fruits and vegetables and keep their saturated fat intake low are significantly less likely to develop heart disease or die from it than men who follow only one of those diet recommendations.
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