The Sweet Spot Guide to Eating Well After a Heart Attack

Learn how to 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 food 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 (no hype or hidden agenda) 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?

    Come out of the fog. (Photo by Stefano Pollio on Unsplash.)

  • 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 about eggs?
  • Is red wine good for you?
  • Should I cut out salt?
  • What about sugar?
  • What can I drink besides water?
  • What about artificial sweeteners or stevia?

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Say no to bland food, confusion, and overwhelm. Say yes to relaxing about eating, delicious food, and the confidence that you’re doing good for your heart.

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