Heart-Healthy Diet Directory
For a healthy heart, diet is very important. A diet filled with sugar, salt, and fat can do irreparable damage to your heart. Fish are rich in omega-3s, vegetables and fruits provide vitamins and minerals, whole grains bring fiber to your diet, and a bit of red wine in moderation can also help your heart. Your doctor can help you determine if there are foods you should avoid or certain foods you should eat more of. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to eat a heart-healthy diet, what foods are best and worst for you, and much more.
6 Supplements for Heart Health
From fish oil to stanols, learn about supplements that may lower cholesterol and boost heart health.
Facts About Supplements for Heart Health
WebMD offers a roundup of supplements that may be good for your heart.
Swap Foods to Get a Healthy Heart and Waistline
You don't have to overhaul your kitchen to eat meals that are good for your heart and waistline. It can be as simple as trading one food for another.
Pritikin Principle Diet Review: Plant-Based Foods for Weight Loss?
WebMD takes a look at the Pritikin Diet, one of the first popular diets aimed at reducing and even reversing heart disease.
Can Supplements Keep Your Heart Healthy?
Find out what kinds of nutrients may help keep your heart in top shape.
7 Tips for a Heart-Friendly Diet: Fat, Fiber, Salt, Sugar, and More
Use these 7 tips for a heart-smart diet that’s rich in all the right foods -- and still tastes great!
Which Fats Are Good or Bad for Your Heart?
News flash: Fat is not the enemy. To stay well, and even to lose weight, you need to include some fat -- the right kind, and not too much -- in your diet.
Alcohol and Heart Disease: Risks, Benefits, and More
Alcohol, in moderation, may help prevent heart disease. But what if you already have it? Find out how much is too much, and the risks and benefits of alcohol for people with heart disease.
Diet or Exercise for Heart Health?
Diet and exercise are both important for heart health, but which matters more?
Can Heart Disease Be Reversed?
What you can do to treat, prevent, and possibly reverse the condition.
Video: Is Alcohol Good for Your Heart?
You’ve heard that red wine can help protect your heart, but what about beer and liquor? And how much should you drink?
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: 20 Foods That Can Save Your Heart
The top foods for heart health go beyond cholesterol busters to edamame, nuts, salmon, even coffee. Cooking tips and pictures show how to work new foods into your diet.
Slideshow: 10 Food Swaps for Heart-Wise Dining
Cream cheese, sausage, even muffins can be heart-healthy -- with smart changes in what you buy and how you cook.
Slideshow: DASH Diet for Heart Health -- Lowering Blood Pressure and Cholesterol
Eat right for a healthy heart. See how the DASH diet can help you keep your blood pressure and cholesterol under control.
Slideshow: High-Sodium Shockers
Surprise! Salty foods can be found in places you hadn’t considered. And foods high in sodium are sometimes hard to avoid. But arm yourself with tips to make smart, low-sodium choices wherever you are.
Quiz: Myths and Facts About Your Heart Health
Do you know how to keep your heart healthy? Take this quiz and find out.
Seafood Quiz: Omega-3s, Mercury, and the Truth About Fish
Take this quiz about fish to see how much you know about omega-3s, raw fish, nutritional values, mercury levels, and wild vs. farm-raised fish.