Harvard Heart Letter

Prevent kidney disease to prevent heart disease

Adopting a heart-healthy diet doesn't necessarily mean drastic lifestyle change. Small dietary tweaks may suffice. Pick tasty substitutes for saturated fat, trans fat, sugar, sodium, and calories while increasing fiber and nutrient intake.

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