- adj. of foods that are low in fats and sodium and other ingredients that may foster heart disease
“The phrase heart-healthy diet often conjures up images of steamed rice and vegetables, a platter of baked fish, lots of pasta—easy on the sauce, please—and only dreams of fried onion rings.”
“To make your long-term heart-healthy diet and weight loss really work, you first need to internalize this dietmake it work for you.”
“Pile that burger up with vibrant colors such as bright, leafy baby spinach for a good source of vitamins and antioxidants; juicy red tomato slices rich in lycopene, decreasing the risk of heart disease and some cancers; and heart-healthy avocados.”
“The American Heart Association has endorsed Idaho potatoes as a heart-healthy food.”
“He uses olive oil, which is an unsaturated heart-healthy fat, and he avoids butter, stick margarine and any other hard fats.”
“But he's the first to admit that he falls short of living a perfect heart-healthy life.”
“Fish is a great heart-healthy addition to any diet.”
“Conveniently, margarine was available as a pretty tasty alternative, and many people felt that they were doing something heart-healthy by making the switch.”
“With only 100 calories per medium-sized potato, sweet potatoes offer an array of nutrition with zero fat and cholesterol, making them heart-healthy as well as budget-friendly.”
“Vegetable oil and whole grains give it a slight edge in the “heart-healthy” department.”
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