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How to Nourish Your Heart (And Please Your Taste Buds Too!)

Is the food pyramid still reliable today? 

The first one was created back in 1974. Then the United States Department of Agriculture developed a new version in 1992. 

It had grains at the base, with fruits and vegetables on the next largest tier. The next tier was split between dairy and proteins. The tip was reserved for fats and sweets. 

Yet, this was so long ago when we didn’t have the food nutrition research we have today. 

That’s why today’s experts say the old food pyramid most of us are used to is no longer as relevant. It lumps fats with sweets, which practically states all fats are to be eaten sparingly. 

But now we know some healthy fats are good for you, especially your heart. And having grains and carbs as the base is also intensely contested.

It’s about time to make a dramatic change. Why? 

As we age, our hearts become more vulnerable to disease and illness. Have you ever thought about the steps you’ve taken to care for your heart?

Lifestyle management can seem daunting, but the truth is that it starts with just one simple act, like your food choices.

Your diet plays a crucial role in your heart health. The foods you eat can nourish and protect your heart or harm it.

Start by introducing heart-healthy recipes to your diet. 

Get a copy of the Heart Healthy Recipe Guide by Dr. Joel Kahn.

This guide contains over a dozen delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes to support your heart health. Each meal includes the essential vitamins, minerals, and plant-based nutrients your heart needs to stay healthy.

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Eating for a healthy heart doesn’t have to be boring or restrictive.

You’ll be surprised at how delicious and satisfying, healthy food can be.

So why not give it a try? Your taste buds and your heart will thank you.

We are bombarded with constantly conflicting information about what we should and shouldn’t eat. Knowing who to trust and where to turn for accurate, reliable information about heart-healthy eating can be challenging. 

Some foods are touted as “heart-healthy” but are loaded with added sugars, preservatives, and other harmful ingredients. Others are labeled as “low-fat” but are high in sodium and refined carbohydrates. It’s hard to know what to believe and what to avoid.

That’s why it’s essential to educate yourself about the foods that are truly good for your heart. 

It’s important to remember that it’s not about eliminating certain foods completely but about finding a balance and making minor changes to your diet that will make a big difference in the long run.

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When you download the guide, you’ll also get a FREE ticket to the Reversing Heart Disease Naturally Summit, happening online from February 28 to March 7, 2023. 

You’ll get a chance to hear from 40+ world-leading experts on Heart Health and wellness experts, including world-renowned doctors, functional medicine experts, nutritionists, chronic illness specialists, and more intelligent men and women. 

At this summit, you’ll learn:

  • The known and unknown warning signs of heart disease.
  • The best ways to prevent and manage heart disease.
  • What you can do to improve your overall health – even with heart disease.

And so much more. They’ll share some of the best secrets, practices, and tools to help fortify your heart and keep you healthy.

Discover how to prevent death, heart attacks, and strokes. 

Learn the latest findings on how to extend your health span and lifespan naturally. 

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