Here's Today's Feel-Good Story:
The secret to preventing a heart attack could come down to what foods you eat.
While family history plays a big role, there are things that you can do and choices that you can make to help reduce risk.
"The goal is not to go on a temporary diet for rapid weight loss, but to make good lifestyle choices to promote well-being permanently," said Dr. Bradley Serwer, a cardiologist and chief medical officer at VitalSolution, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based company that offers cardiovascular and anesthesiology services to hospitals nationwide.
Among the worst foods you can eat: bread, pasta, potatoes, red meat, dairy, and sugary foods.
Among the best foods you can eat: fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.