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When it comes to heart, we can count on a heart-healthy diet. But there are some foods to be avoided in a diet a heart-healthy diet. Reduces your risk of heart diseases in two ways:

1. avoid saturated fat

2. avoid trans fat

Food items like crackers, donuts, baked goods, fried foods, microwave popcorn, and non-dairy creams.

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While eating a heart-healthy diet can lower your risk, it is also important to avoid eating foods that can increase your risk for heart disease.

Foods high in trans fat and saturated fat to avoid include:
  • Crackers.
  • Doughnuts.
  • Baked goods (cakes, cookies and pie crust)
  • Fried foods.
  • Non-dairy creamer.
  • Microwave popcorn.