Experts give 10 ways to eat and drink your way to a healthy heart

October 1996
Jet;10/14/96, Vol. 90 Issue 22, p52
Provides recommended tips for preventing heart disease. Heart disease as the number one killer in the United States; Tips including eating more fiber, drink tea, eat beans and other dietary tips.


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