Don't Eat Your Heart Out Cookbook
With over 939,000 copies in print, used and recommended by more than 5,500 hospitals, and now completely revised and updated, Don't Eat Your Heart Out Cookbook is the bible for anyone seeking a heart-healthy diet.
Incorporating the latest scientific and nutritional studies, lay expert Joe Piscatella outlines an effective plan for life-long heart health and explains the science behind it in plain-speaking language we all can understand.
Packed with 400 healthy, low-fat recipes-soups, salads, sandwiches, poultry, seafood, and even red meats and desserts-painstakingly developed by Joe's wife Bernie, this indispensable book is a step-by-step guide to achieving a permanent change in dietary patterns. The author provides countless tips on adapting everyday recipes, ordering judiciously in restaurants, decreasing salt and sugar intake, losing weight and keeping it off. The new edition pays special attention to women and heart disease, explains HDL and LDL cholesterol and what the numbers really mean, and discusses coronary regression, the benefits of aspirin, and lifestyle factors vs. genetics. It dispels food myths--that shrimp is a no-no, alcohol is always unhealthy, and ground turkey is better than ground beef--and shows how to make use of low-fat food products. “/DIV>
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The Heart and
What Is Coronary
Cardiac Risk Factors
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American APPROXIMATE NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION baked beans beta carotene blood cholesterol boil bread broiled butter calories from fat cardiac risk Carl's Jr cheese chicken breasts chicken broth chili cholesterol level chopped contain cooked coronary arteries coronary heart disease Dietary fiber dish exercise fat budget fat content fat-free fatty fish fried g Protein g Saturated fat g Total fat garlic grams of fat Grilled ground beef HDL cholesterol heart attack heat high-fat INFORMATION PER SERVING intake lemon juice life-style low in fat low-fat margarine mayonnaise meals meat mg calories mg Percentage mg/dl milk milligrams minutes mushrooms nonfat nonstick olive oil onion oregano parsley pasta Percentage of Sodium plum tomatoes potato poultry pound preferably homemade recipes reduce reduced-fat restaurant rice risk factors roast salad sandwich sauce SERVING Calories sliced soup sour cream steak sugar tablespoons taste teaspoon teaspoon salt tomatoes tortillas triglycerides turkey USRDA vegetables vinegar vitamin