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Zero cholesterol recipe of natural caramel apples is good for your teeth and helps reduce cholesterol (ldl-bad cholesterol) as well.
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Summer squash boasts of several health benefits that boost immunity and protect you against ailments. Read this article to know why you should add summer squash to your diet and how it prevents heart disease and lowers cholesterol.
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Allium family of veggies such as onions & garlic is great for heart health. Here is a low cholesterol recipe of roasted eggplant with balsamic caramelized onions.
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The American Heart Association recommends consuming two servings of seafood per week (fish or shellfish, 4 oz/serving), especially seafood higher in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, tuna (fresh or canned), and mackerel. Omega-3 fatty acids prevent blood clotting, build cell membranes, decrease inflammation, and have been proven to help prevent heart disease.
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Hands down, the healthiest way to meet your daily calcium needs is by EATING your calcium from food (rather than popping pills). Today, many people are consuming other dairy or non-dairy calcium products to meet their calcium needs rather than following the archaic dietary advice to drink 3 glasses of plain cow’s milk a day.
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Make crab salad healthy by using plain Greek yogurt instead of mayonnaise that is higher in saturated fat. Greek yogurt is thick and creamy and contains no fat. 
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All you people wanting to have a healthy life, create space in your kitchen for the "queen of greens" – KALE. 
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CBS News quoted Dr. Leah E. Cahill, a postdoctoral research fellow in the nutrition department at Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts as saying, “Skipping breakfast may lead to one or more risk factors, including obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, which may in turn lead to a heart attack over time.”
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A number of nutritionists and health care professionals recommend cranberries as a heart healthy food, particularly for antioxidants present in it.
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How to manage your Blood Pressure?

Hypertension is a common problem. High blood pressure can lead to various other heart-related illnesses as well. However, you can bring blood pressure down by following a healthy diet, avoiding smoking and drinking and doing exercise.
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Empowering and transforming lives through healthy living. You may have read her books or articles, watched Dr. Janet on TV, or seen her quoted in your favorite magazine or Web site. 

Dr. Janet has been a leading diet, nutrition and fitness author, consultant and media spokesperson for more than 20 years. 

Specializing in cardiovascular wellness and weight management, Dr. Janet is frequently sought after by the media as a trusted source of nutrition and fitness information. 

Let Dr. Janet help you to make better food, fitness, and lifestyle choices which will ultimately help you to live a healthier, happier, and longer life.

Dr. Janet is deeply involved with American Heart Association both personally and professionally as a donor, volunteer and annual circle of red member.