Harvard Heart Letter

The new federal dietary guidelines: Are they good for your heart?

For people hoping to lower their risk of heart disease, the 2016 dietary guidelines may not offer optimal advice. Nutrition experts and the American Heart Association suggest tighter limits on salt, sugar, red meat, and eggs.

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