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The foods you eat may lower your risk for heart disease. Why not add some of these to your diet?

A photo of fruit, nuts and vegetablesEating a nutrient-rich diet low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium and filled with vegetables, fruit, whole grains and fish can help lower your risk for heart disease. When choosing foods to boost heart health, consider these nutrition tips:

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A doctor checking a man's blood pressure.Keeping your blood pressure under control is one of the most important things you can do to keep your heart healthy. Here are 9 important facts about blood pressure that you need to know:

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These tips make it possible for you to enjoy a hearty – and healthy – bowl of soup anytime.

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Here’s a quick, easy breakfast that’s packed with protein and healthy fats. The monounsaturated fat in avocados and the high-protein eggs will help curb your appetite.

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Get to know this delicious grain that is a staple in Italian cooking.

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3 reasons the scale is stuck.

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Make this quick bread for Thanksgiving or any time you want an easy, delicious bread. Orange juice sweetens this cranberry recipe and chopped nuts give it a nice crunch.

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4 reasons strong family ties can help you live a longer, healthier life.

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Stress can wreak havoc on your heart. Here are 7 tips for reducing stress during the holiday season.

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This healthy recipe uses roasted turkey breast. Make ahead and cut up for party appetizers, or serve as a turkey wrap for lunch.

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