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Dr. James Beckerman, Providence cardiologist and author of "The Flex Diet: Design-Your-Own Weight Loss Plan" recommends this healthy breakfast recipe from his book.
Dr. James Beckerman, Providence cardiologist, recommends this easy and healthy recipe from his book "The Flex Diet: Design-Your-Own Weight Loss Plan”.
One in every three American women develops heart disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women.
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Mushrooms are high in vitamin D and beta-glucans, a fiber that lowers cholesterol. Serve with arugula, avocado and orange salad.
Lifestyle changes that will help you reduce your chance of heart attack or stroke.
Sauté asparagus over high heat with some cooking spray, then add a splash of lemon juice. Add some sliced almonds and serve with brown rice. (Note: to reduce calories, use fewer almonds.)
Stay Young at Heart includes heart-healthy recipes listed by type of meal.
Design your own weight-loss plan with the help of The Flex Diet book, written by Providence Heart and Vascular Institute cardiologist James Beckerman, M.D.
Good heart health is a life-long endeavor....
Providence Heart and Vascular Institute cardiologist Jody Welborn, M.D., explains the key numbers that are used to gauge heart health.