Eat smart for your heart: 6 tips from the chief medical officer

If you want a healthy heart, then aim to eat smart.

The first way to do that is to think about legs – not your own, but those you eat, said Dr. Kevin C. Dellsperger.

The vice president and chief medical officer for Augusta University Medical Center, has been a cardiologist for more than 30 years, and he recommends eating wisely for the long haul, rather than participating in temporary diets.

For more expert advice on maintaining a heart-healthy diet, read this post from the Your Health Today blog.

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