Medically Reviewed by Nathan J.S. Almeida, MD
Eating Right is one of the easiest ways to reduce your risk of heart disease. McLeod Cardiologist Nathan Almeida, M.D. describes a simple way make sure your plate has the right mixture of various foods.
Key points in the video:
- Half of your meal or daily diet should consist of Fruits and Vegetables.
- The other half should be Proteins, such as fish and chicken, and whole grains.
- Avoid processed foods that add Salt but remove the fiber.
- Avoid refined Carbohydrates and added Sugars.
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