23 Feb Eat Red for Heart Health
It’s time to amend that “apple a day” aphorism: Tomatoes and cranberries keep the doctor away, too. New research shows that incorporating these three red, round fruits into your daily diet can reduce your risk of heart disease by as much as 40 percent. Indeed, diet can have a tremendous impact on heart health — and should be the first line of defense when treating high cholesterol or high blood pressure, two of the biggest risk factors for heart disease.
Find out which red foods you should eat more of at http://bit.ly/1moJ57T