Studies have shown that up to 70% of heart disease can be averted with the right regimen, according to Walter Willett, MD, chair of nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health. But is diet alone as powerful as drugs? "Oh, no, it's much more powerful," says Dr. Willett. "Statins, the most effective single medications for reducing heart disease, only cut risk by 25 to 30%."
Research now shows that the sugar and refined flour in our bagels, pizzas, cookies, and sodas are even more problematic. Stripped of fiber (and other nutrients), these unhealthy carbs zip-line through the digestive tract and into the bloodstream, where they deliver a triple dose of heart damage--raising harmful triglycerides, lowering protective HDL, and raising blood pressure.
A truly healthy diet features a broad range of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and legumes--not a select few. Hippocrates understood the concept more than 2,000 years ago: "Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food.
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