When it comes to eating heart smart, there can be a bit of a food fight. Diet experts continue to debate about the healthiness of some foods, but certain choices seem to be clear heart-health boosters.
To help lower blood pressure and cholesterol, the American Heart Association (AHA) recommends a diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, beans, seeds, and nuts but low in salt, sugar and saturated fats. Some health care providers are also recommending some foods that were once categorized as unhealthy. Video Rating: / 5