Eating Well Could Reduce Heart Failure Risk Significantly

When trying to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight, everyone’s heard the expression “You are what you eat.” But did you know that there’s another incentive to eating well–lowering your risk of heart failure by as much as 42%? Read about this new study in Dr. Lin’s new blog entry at:
www.clinicalgeriatrics.com/blog/Dietary-Antioxidants-or-Dietary-Supplements-Which-Better-Your-Heart

And also look for these related articles about diet coming soon to Clinical Geriatrics Online:
– Hypocalcemia in the Older Adult: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment

– Vitamins and Dietary Supplements: The Controversy

– A Health Practitioner’s Guide to Prescribing Vitamin D and Calcium

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