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Heart-Healthy Diet Makeovers - Question: When is a seemingly healthy food bad for your heart? Answer: When it's filled with concealed sugars, hidden fats, and sneaky salt! Luckily, it's easy to swap out those health imposters for nutritionally rich foods.

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