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Eat Your Heart Out!

Eat Your Out! Your heart works hard. On average, the O pumps 1.5 million gallons of blood throughout a lifetime – that's enough to fill 200 train tank cars. O'O As awesome as that is, there's no way it can do that without some fuel from your diet. Check out these foods you can devour to keep your heart healthy and strong for years to come. How to Spend your 2000 Calories /Day in a Heart-Healthy Way Fish 3.5-ounce servings a week Fruits & Veggies 4.5 cups a day Sodium Less than 1,500 mg a day Fiber-Rich Whole-Grains At least three 1-ounce equivalent servings a day Sugar-Sweetened Beverages No more than 450 calories (36 ounces) a week Will Brew be Mino? Recent studies have shown that 1-2 cups of coffee per day can help fight diabetes, and it contains antioxidants that have been implicated in heart disease prevention. You are Eng-stha Sprial Eggs contain vital nutrients that fuel heart health - including protein, vitamins B12 & D and folate. Try them with some fresh fruit! Bu my (Natural) Sugar Did you know that 8 strawberries are a great source of vitamin C? They're a superfood linked to improved memory and heart health while reducing blood pressure. EXCELLENT SOURCE OF = VITAMIN C

Eat Your Heart Out!

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Your heart works hard to keep your body working and in motion, so it’s only fair that you help it out along the way. In honor of Heart Month, we’ve put together an infographic guide to help you ea...


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