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Heart-y eats: Choose foods that benefit heart

9:34 PM, Feb. 23, 2013
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While there are many facets to heart health, making small switches in a daily diet is one of the easiest to begin and maintain, one expert says.

It can be easy to start eating heart-healthy foods as long as you know where to look, said Jennifer Mikulich, a registered dietitian at Aspirus Wausau Hospital who hosts a monthly heart-healthy grocery store tour of Trig's in Wausau. Foods with antioxidants, mono- and polyunsaturated fats and omega-3 fatty acids all help reduce the risk of heart disease, and mixing them in with meals you already prepare will give your heart an extra boost.

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