WHAT'S INSIDE: CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONS
- Blood Pressure
- Coronary Heart Disease
You figure that if you eat right, don't smoke and exercise regularly, you're probably safe from a heart attack, right? So how could a person with good habits still have one?
We hear about whole grains and "the good kind of fat" all the time. But exactly what does this mean? What makes a grain "whole" and fat "good"?