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    Sunil Kumar
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    Eating right is a powerful way to reduce or even eliminate some heart disease risk factors. A heart-healthy diet can help cut total and LDL (“bad”) cholesterol, lower blood pressure, lower blood sugar, and help you shed pounds.

    Try these tips:

    Eat more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes.
    Cut trans fats from your diet. Swap saturated fats for unsaturated ones.
    Eat lean sources of protein, such as chicken, fish, and soy. Avoid red meat, as this tends to be high in fat and cholesterol.
    Eat complex carbohydrates such as whole-grain bread, rice, and pasta and limit simple carbohydrates such as regular soda, sugar, and sweets.
    Cut down on salt.
    Exercise regularly.

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