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Other options: Unsalted peanut butter or any other unsalted nut butter.

  1. Red Grapes

These juicy fruits have resveratrol, which helps keep platelets in your blood from sticking together.

That may partly be why red wine -- in moderation (1 glass for women, 2 for men) -- may have some heart-healthy advantages over other types of alcohol. But health experts don’t recommend that anyone start drinking, because alcohol does have some health risks.

Love your nightly glass of wine? You can ask your doctor to make sure your serving size is OK for you. And feel free to go for grapes straight from the vine anytime.

Other options: Black grapes.

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