Food and Nutrition
One thing seems universal: We love to eat. The challenge is putting the right amount of the right foods and supplements in our bodies for optimal health. Let’s talk about the choices you can make that will most benefit your heart and your overall health. Want it to be even easier? Check out my heart-healthy recipes for every eating occasion.
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L-carnitine is still a winner. If anything from the earlier negative study is confirmed, I believe it will link gut bacteria with the overconsumption of meat that contains unnatural hormones, insecticides, and pesticides.
How much meat is healthy? For best health, follow the 80/20 rule, where only 20 percent of the diet is from animal sources such as fish, chicken, lamb, and even buffalo.
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Buffalo ranks as a Sinatra's Super Foods because it is an excellent source of heart-healthy omega-3 fats and has less saturated fat and more iron and antioxidants beta-carotene and selenium than conventional beef. Buffalo meat is also free of bovine growth hormone.