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How to Eat for a Healthy Heart

Some foods simply work harder than others to protect your health. The following foods can lower your cholesterol and blood pressure and generally reduce your risk of heart disease. Kathy B. Glazer, RD, director of nutrition for the George Washington University Weight Management Program, and the editors of FITNESS share a few of our favorite ingredients for a heart-healthy kitchen.
Olive Oil Olive and Canola Oil

High in heart-smart monounsaturated fats; lower in saturated fat than other oils.