How to avoid a heart attack in the first place

An article in The Hill on Sunday reveals how to avoid an unnecessary and life-threatening heart attack and the importance of maintaining a healthy diet.

In the article, Dr. John K. McQuillan of the Johns Hopkins Hospital explains how to maintain a healthy balance of fats, proteins, carbohydrates and vitamins in your diet.

McQuillans research also shows that your heart can tolerate high doses of salt and a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, which are low in saturated fat.

In addition, McQuills research suggests that if you do not eat a balanced diet, you will increase your risk of a heart condition, stroke or other heart problems.

The article also explains how healthy eating can prevent and treat certain types of cancers and diseases.

For more on the topic, check out The Hill’s “The Next Generation of Doctors” blog.