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Cardio Clear 7

by Cynthia Richards (2019-07-31)


Eat lots of seafood: Some seafood is great, but some won't Cardio Clear 7 Review do you any good. Most shellfish are not high in omega-3s, although they are low in fat and cholesterol. Cold water fish is the best, including salmon and halibut. Some types of trout also have these fatty acids. Tilapia contains omega-6, and should be paired with something containing 3 in order to be of benefit. Chicken and turkey are great: Sort of. First, you have to be careful of the cut. The dark meat can contain a lot of fat and cholesterol, so you have to stick with the white meat. That usually means the breast. Also, you should remove the skin and trim off all visible fat. When purchasing prepared turkey products, such as sausages, check the fat and cholesterol levels. Avoid salt: Absolutely! But, it's a lot harder than you may think. Most prepared products contain a *lot* of sodium. This is true of canned goods, frozen foods and dry goods. Some products are available that are lower in sodium, so use them as much as possible. If you have the time, making it "from scratch" is a better option. It's healthier in a lot of ways, and cooking can lower stress. Thankfully, many manufacturers *are* bringing out more prepared foods that are healthy. Trans fats are disappearing, sodium is being lowered and that makes me a much happier cook. We've been on a heart healthy diet for the last four years, and this fact has made things a lot easier. Knowing what's happening to your body is important. Knowing what could happen might give you cause to prevent it in the first place or prevent a recurrence if it's already experienced it.

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