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  • 1. Eat More Chicken, Fish and Beans... and whole grains. What about meats? Why Are Chicken, Fish and Beans Better Than Red Meat? In general, red meats ...

    www.heart.org/HEARTORG/HealthyLiving/HealthyEating/Nutriti n/Eat-More-Chicken-Fish-and-Beans_UCM_320278_Article.jsp

  • 2. Processed red meat linked to higher risk of heart failure, death ...... products, poultry, fish, and nuts while limiting red meat and sugary foods and beverages. For people who eat meat, choose lean meats and poultry ...

    newsroom.heart.org/news/processed-red-meat-linked-to-highe -risk-of-heart-failure-death-in-men

  • 3. Mostly meat, high protein diet linked to heart failure in older ...... products, poultry, fish, and nuts while limiting red meat and sugary foods and beverages. For people who eat meat, choose lean meats and poultry ...

    newsroom.heart.org/news/Xmostly-meat-high-protein-diet-lin ed-to-heart-failure-in-older-women

  • 4. Father's Day Warning: New study says grilled, processed meat ...... of consuming processed red meat (such as cold cuts or sausage) apart from unprocessed red meat like pork or veal. Processed meats, which also ...

    news.heart.org/fathers-day-warning-new-study-says-grilled- rocessed-meat-may-increase-heart-failure-risk-for-men/

  • 5. Circ HF: Red Meat Consumption And Risk Of HF... Circulation: Heart Failure: Red Meat Consumption and Risk of HF; Resting Ventricular-vascular Function And Exercise Capacity In HFrEF; Targeted ...

    professional.heart.org/professional/ScienceNews/UCM_477490 Circ-HF-Red-Meat-Consumption-And-Risk-Of-HF.jsp

  • 6. Meat, Poultry, and Fish: Picking Healthy Proteins... In general, red meats (beef, pork and lamb) have more cholesterol and saturated (bad ... Chicken and fish have less saturated fat than most red meat. ...

    healthyforgood.heart.org/Eat-smart/Articles/Meat-Poultry-a d-Fish-Picking-Healthy-Proteins

  • 7. High Sodium Foods, Ways to Reduce Sodium -- Go Red For ...... Edit. My go red plan. ... pie crust, lemonade, potatoes, chicken, fish, lean meat loaf, toast ... Onion powder (not onion salt): Lean meats, stews, vegetables ...

    www.goredforwomen.org/live-healthy/heart-healthy-cooking-t ps/high-sodium-foods-ways-to-reduce-sodium/

  • 8. Healthy Summer Grilling Tips -- Go Red For Women... What cut of meat to buy? Choose “loin” and “round” cuts of red meat and pork. And buy “choice” or “select” grades of beef ...

    www.goredforwomen.org/live-healthy/heart-healthy-cooking-t ps/healthy-summer-grilling-tips/

  • 9. Meals Without Meat... Whether you're a fan of red meat, poultry or fish, choose lean and extra lean cuts and limit portion size to avoid excess saturated fat. ...

    www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/Cholesterol/Preventionan TreatmentofofHighCholesterol/Meals-Without-Meat_UCM_430994_Article.jsp p

  • 10. How Meat-eaters Can Reduce Saturated Fat in Their Diet ...... to get your protein from skinless chicken, fish, legumes, unsalted nuts and low-fat dairy products, while limiting your intake of red meat which can be ...

    heartinsight.heart.org/Summer-2016/How-Meat-eaters-Can-Red ce-Saturated-Fat-in-Their-Diet/



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