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Eating Healthier
  Section Features
How to Make Heart-Healthy Food Choices, Cook for a Healthy Heart, Calculating Calories and Fat Grams, Managing Hypertension With the DASH Diet, Managing Prehypertension Without Drugs, Diet and Cardiovascular Disease, Nutrition's Role in Disease Prevention, Could a Nutrition Expert Help You?, Shake the Salt Habit, Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Coronary Heart Disease, Determining Your Body Mass Index, Simple Ways to Improve Your Diet, Components of Food
  Fast Facts
Did You Know? Low-fat dairy products may help lower blood pressure, according to a 2006 study in the journal Hypertension. In the study, which included nearly 5,000 participants, people who ate the most low-fat dairy products had a 54 percent lower risk for high blood pressure than people who ate the least amount of dairy products.