Heart-Healthy Diet Guidelines
Learn how to improve your heart health by watching your weight, eating more vegetables and fruits, filling up on fiber and more.
Eat your vegetables—and fruits
Research links diets rich in fruits and vegetables with a lower risk for heart disease. Eat a variety, focusing on deeply colored vegetables and fruits (e.g., spinach, carrots and berries). They tend to be more nutritious than paler picks (e.g., potatoes and corn).
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