August 2013 Issue
Traditional Nordic Diet is Heart Healthy
A plant-based, traditional Nordic diet, which focuses on fruits and vegetables, such as berries and root vegetables; whole grains like rye, barley and oats; low-fat dairy products, and fish (at least three times a week), and limited sugar drinks, refined carbohydrates, and red meats is linked with significantly lower levels of cholesterol and inflammation, which may reduce risk of heart disease.
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