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McVeigh, Gloria
July 2006
Prevention;Jul2006, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p71
This article lists and describes specific heart-healthy summer food options. The author recommends seasonal fruits and vegetables that are rich in Vitamin C. She also suggests regularly eating grapefruit of the red variety for its antioxidant benefits and proven ability to lower LDL cholesterol levels, and she explains benefits of a low-fat diet.


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