Luckily, it’s pretty easy to lower cholesterol and greatly reduce the risk of CVD. The best place to begin is by committing to a healthy lifetime eating plan. Dr. Walter Willet, head of the Harvard School of Public Health, recently published a review of 147 studies related to diet and heart disease in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The research shows that moderate exercise, plus a diet low in saturated and trans-fats and high in whole grains, fruits, vegetables and omega-3 fatty acids from fresh fish or high-quality supplements is the best way to prevent cardiovascular disease.
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