What does your heart-healthy diet look like? Is it filled with leafy greens, tomatoes, and other low-fat foods?
If it is, that’s great. Well, except for the low-fat part. Fats can contribute to heart health, provided you’re getting the right ones.
Healthy fats found in nuts, fish, avocado, olive oil, and other natural sources are all linked to improved heart health and a lower risk for heart disease.
Meat, however, can get a bit of a bad rep. But if it’s unprocessed meat, the rep is underserved.
Meat has saturated fat, but that doesn’t mean it has to harm the