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Do You Want to Learn How to Diet and Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease?

How to Diet – Best Menu Planning Guide for a Heart-Healthy Diet

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Do you want to know the best diet for avoiding heart disease?  How to diet so you can enjoy healthful meals and protect your heart at the same time?

Now you can have a quick and easy guide for daily menu planning so that the diet best for your heart is at your fingertips.  Prepared by the expert staff of scientists and nutritionists at NutritionAction.com, this easy-to-understand and specific recommendation is a diet plan that works.

Dear health-conscious consumer,

Protecting your heart should be an important priority for you, since heart disease is not only a big killer but also is preventable. Research shows a relationship between diet and heart disease, and a diet program for cutting your risk is easy to achieve.

That’s exactly why you should learn how to diet to avoid heart disease. Discover the best diet meals for cutting your risk of heart disease when you download your free copy of How to Diet: Best Menu Planning Guide for a Heart-Healthy Diet.

This free health advice has been compiled especially for you by our expert staff of scientists and nutritionists, so eating heart-healthy meals is easy. Your free copy of How to Diet: Best Menu Planning Guide for a Heart-Healthy Diet includes:

  • What exactly should you eat for breakfast? Find out for yourself when you download this free advice.
  • The diet plan best for your heart includes a hybrid of two different diets – one higher in unsaturated fat and one higher in protein. But how does that translate to diet food for you?
  • Which vegetables and fruits should you eat?
  • Can you have snacks on a heart-healthy diet plan? If so, what should you eat?
  • A day’s food is good to know, including how many servings and what is an appropriate serving size. Download this free advice and discover how much to eat for your heart-healthy diet foods plan.

Download this free health advice right now, so you can start the diet plan that is best for your heart today.

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To your health,

The Team at Nutrition Action

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P.S. If you’re still uncertain about downloading this valuable advice, please consider this: heart disease is one of the biggest killers and eating the right food can help you avoid it. Protect your heart and eat healthfully every day. Download your free copy of How to Diet: Best Menu Planning Guide for a Heart-Healthy Diet!

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8 Comments

  1. Rich
    Posted December 20, 2014 at 12:16 pm | Permalink

    I recently turned 68 and would like to lose 20 lbs. I am wondering if you have a plan that is more age and gender specific?

  2. georgea8
    Posted February 6, 2015 at 9:02 am | Permalink

    Now reading “Grain Brain”, a book by a neurologist that suggests inflammation caused by gluten and excess sugar in our diets is a long term load of toxicity for the brain. It looks like the dietary advice in “How to Diet” goes light on grain and pasta due to a tilt toward greens and legumes as sources of calories. My take on that is that this diet geared primarily for weight reduction is ALSO good for inflammation problems that affect health and healthy aging. I am not a doctor but boy do I sop up the literature on health: it beats being ignorant and sick.

  3. Harilaos
    Posted February 26, 2015 at 10:46 am | Permalink

    Dear Editor,
    It turns out I have already downloaded this very generic recommendation three times. Like Rich, who commented in December, I would welcome a gender and size specific guide. I am very small so a 2000 calorie menu will not work. Like most readers of Nutrition Action Newsletter, I already have a good base of health knowledge. I already have a good idea what I should be doing. So a tool is useful only to the extent that it can be individually tailored to my situation.
    Regarding your articles about Food Porn items: who are you talking to? What reader of Nutrition Action needs to be told about the fat and sodium in these absurd products?
    Finally, though I have updated my account information, you insist on calling me by the name of my former husband. Please correct.

  4. sheilah14
    Posted February 26, 2015 at 7:40 pm | Permalink

    I am also trying to lose weight I have been eating seafood vegetables, fruit, cottage cheese, yogurt, cheese. Nit losing much please help.

  5. robertg81
    Posted March 5, 2015 at 9:58 am | Permalink

    It would be most helpful to list ‘serving sizes’ not only in volume measurements (e.g. with vegetables, not at all accurate) but also in weight – in grams, oz. or, preferably both. Volume measurements are basically only good for liquids or ‘powders’ and even then, not as good as weight for measuring flour in baking.

    Thanks and keep up the good work!

  6. Sara
    Posted March 5, 2015 at 1:09 pm | Permalink

    I am a physician and use the guidelines for patients to improve their nutrition, thereby, improving health. I reduce some portions for weight loss when needed. This is a good overview for most individuals unless they are gluten sensitive or lactose sensitive. These recommendations amaze the obese and morbidly obese as these portions consititue a large amount of food for great results. Thank you for these posts.

  7. jimmie
    Posted August 28, 2015 at 8:48 am | Permalink

    Thank you so much for such a wonderful help, with all your programs and ideas. I am a diabetic type 2 and I really need this help. Thank you, Jimmie L Renteria

  8. Jodi
    Posted May 9, 2016 at 2:25 pm | Permalink

    As senior coordinator for employee wellness at a university, I really appreciate your practical resources and various healthy initiatives. Our university “Healthiest Campus Coalition actively participates in Food Day each year. Thank you for all you do.

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