Some foods are high in cholesterol but nutritious. Others, not so much. Know which high-cholesterol foods are healthy and which ones you should pass on.
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A high-sugar diet can increase the risk of heart disease, both directly and indirectly. Learn how sugar affects your heart and how to tame your sweet tooth.
Studies show that eating healthier could help you avoid an early death due to heart disease, stroke or diabetes. Find out what foods to avoid as well as what to put on your plate from a dietitian at Cleveland Clinic.
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