The Sweet Spot Guide to

Eating Well

After A Cardiac Event

Lower your risk of having another event AND enjoy eating again.

If it feels like deprivation, you’re doing it wrong.

Instead, aim for your

Sweet Spot:

Heart-healthy sure...

Satisfying? Absolutely...

But also right for you in the other ways that matter to you, like convenience, cost, or sustainability.

In this guide, I give you the straight story on where the science is clear, where we still have questions, and what seems to make the most difference.

I answer some of the most frequently asked questions about food and heart health, including:

  • Isn’t fat "bad"? Do I need to avoid it as much as possible?
  • Do I need to choose non-fat or low-fat dairy products?
  • Butter or margarine?
  • What about bacon and other processed meats?
  • Do I have to give up red meat?
  • What is the deal with eggs?
  • Is red wine good for you?
  • Should I cut out salt? If so, how can I make food taste good?
  • What about sugar?
  • What can I drink besides water?
  • What about artificial sweeteners or stevia?

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