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Heart Attack Prevention Diet
Are you at risk of a heart attack? Have you been diagnosed with congestive heart disease or have you had a heart attack in the past? Has you doctor advised you to lose weight and to eat a heart-healthy diet, but you’re not sure what that really means on a practical level? Try eating the following heart-healthy heart attack prevention diet to improve your chances of staving off a heart attack.
Heart Healthy Breakfasts
Start your day off with something that will fill you up without clogging your arteries. Try oatmeal with a touch of brown sugar and a generous sprinkling of cinnamon, plus a few almonds and berries. If you’re not into oatmeal, blend up a smoothie using low fat milk, low fat yogurt, protein powder, and fresh berries. Like your smoothies like milk shakes? Add some ice to the blender. Enjoy!
Heart Healthy Lunches
You’ll want to pack your diet with vegetables and lean meats. Try committing to a leafy green salad (topped with lean meats of any type) or a broth-based vegetable stew or soup for lunches. If you are in the mood for an entrée, go for baked or grilled salmon, chicken or veggies.
Heart Healthy Snacks
Avoid the vending machine altogether. Instead snack on low fat dairy (cheese sticks), fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, or combinations of these such as baby carrots dipped in hummus or fresh fruit dipped in low fat yogurt.
Heart Healthy Dinners
Trim fat off meats and indulge in plenty of whole grains, lean cuts of meat, and seasoned vegetables. Use butter and oils sparingly, and limit sauces to low sodium, low sugar, low fat sauces. Explore baking, grilling and poaching meats, using spices to season your meals instead of cream, oil and butter. Stay away from prepackaged spice packets – most are filled with MSG or fillers that are not healthy for you. Create your own spice packets using healthy spices that will add flavor without subtracting nutrition.
Heart Healthy Drinks
When thirsty, reach first for water, second for unsweetened tea or coffee, and third for seltzer waters. Avoid soda, power drinks, energy drinks, high-fat beverages and any sort of juice. You want to drink low calorie beverages that are natural and chemical-free.
When drinking alcohol, always choose a glass of wine (red is best) over beer or cocktails.
While you may need to make changes in your diet, you’ll discover your palate will adjust as you explore new recipes. After a while you’ll lose your taste for the junk food you used to crave. This is good for your heart and your overall health!
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