• Eat Fish and Less Red Meat

    While most people love to eat a nice, juicy steak or hamburger now and then, studies increasingly show the importance of cutting down on red meat in favor of a diet rich in vegetables, nuts and fish. The excessive consumption of red meat (eating it twice per day or more) has been linked on numerous occasions to a 30% or more increased risk of heart disease when compared to people with low red meat intakes in their diets. 

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  • Get More Omega 3s

    If you hear the term “Omega 3” and think fraternity group or distant galaxy, then you need to keep reading this article. In fact Omega 3s can be key players in the prevention and alleviation of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, and several cancers as well as depression and schizophrenia, among other ailments.
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