Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women. (Men too.) You don’t even want to know your chances of dying from it, at least not before we tell you about this advice from a Dallas cardiologist about how you can switch to healthier foods to thwart heart disease and greatly reduce your risk of heart attacks.
When looking for cancer-fighting, memory- and heart-saving foods, you’ll be happier if you remember your blues. Some of the blue and purple “superfoods” will also help you keep green, because they can be grown locally and eaten raw.
Fall is a delicious time to eat seasonal foods, and not just the comfort carbs of Thanksgiving, but the many fruits and vegetables that are harvested at this time in the Northern hemisphere.
These foods can boost the health quotient of your autumn feast and provide snacks that keep the sugar monster at bay.