Learn about ultra-processed foods like soft drinks and snack foods and the impact they have of your prospect for developing heart disease. The isolation of the COVID pandemic has prompted people to seek foods that are easier to prepare and have a longer shelf life. Unfortunately, many of these foods have preservatives and additives that reduce their nutritional value and may even lead to accelerated development of heart disease when consumed on a daily basis. A heart healthy lifestyle must include as many servings of fresh unprocessed foods and lean protein sources to give you the best chance of living a long healthy life.
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