Those who consume alcohol moderately (approximately 1 drink daily or less) are 14-25% more unlikely to develop heart disease
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The study results indicate that starting a high fiber diet can help to improve long-term heart disease risk.
It’s always been known that high fiber diets can help with losing weight, lowering cholesterol and improving blood pressure. Weight, cholesterol and blood pressure are major determinants of long-term cardiovascular disease risk.
The recommendation from the American Heart Association for high fiber diets is 25 grams of dietary fiber or more per day. This daily fiber intake should come primarily from whole foods, and not processed fiber bars, drinks and supplements. Processed foods might be high in fiber, but they are also usually quite high in sodium and calories. Fiber is an important part of a healthy diet. Getting enough fiber starts with knowing how much you need. Find out how much fiber you need each day and track how your food choices contribute to your daily fiber intake with the DietSensor app! By downloading the mobile app you can: -Track your daily fiber intake – Select foods to plan daily meals -Learn about fiber serving sizes – The DietSensor’s app is an extremely popular option for people looking to really get their arms around their portion size, daily caloric goals and intake, and start keeping an eye on the foods they eat.
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