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A Recipe for a Healthy Heart

Dietary decisions are of critical importance when it comes to the prevention of heart disease. Fried foods, which are among the most common nutritional mistakes, are something that experts caution against. Dr. Mary Greene, a cardiologist at Manhattan Cardiology, points out that the oils that are used in deep-frying are important contributors to the damage that is done to the arteries, which in turn leads to an increased chance of developing heart disease. There is more to preventing arterial damage and lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease than just avoiding meals that consist of fried ingredients.

Dr. Greene is an advocate for maintaining a nutrient-dense diet, engaging in regular physical activity, getting enough sleep, and managing stress. She outlines a heart-healthy eating strategy with a focus on the advantages of foods like vegetables, fruits, legumes, whole grains, and omega-3 fatty acids. Read the article.