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Eat smart for a healthy heart!

Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy!

Eat right. Live right.

Eating a healthy diet is an important part of maintaining a healthy heart.

  1. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains: These foods are rich in nutrients and fiber, and can help lower your risk of heart disease.

  2. Choose healthy fats: Instead of saturated and trans fats, opt for monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, such as olive oil, avocados, nuts, and seeds. These fats can help lower your cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of heart disease.

  3. Limit salt and added sugars: High intake of salt and added sugars can increase your blood pressure, which can strain your heart. Try to limit your intake of these substances and opt for fresh, whole foods instead of processed options.

  4. Eat lean protein: Choose lean sources of protein, such as chicken, turkey, fish, beans, and tofu, which can help lower your risk of heart disease.

  5. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water and other fluids to help flush out toxins and keep your body functioning properly.

Cleveland Tiffin offers many delicious and healthy Indian dishes that are suitable for people with diabetes and high cholesterol. Here are a few examples:

  1. Vegetable pakoras: These fritters are made with a mixture of vegetables and a chickpea flour batter. They can be fried or baked for a healthier option.

  2. Tandoori chicken: This dish is made with marinated chicken that is cooked in a tandoor (clay oven). It can be served with a side of vegetables or a salad.

  3. Chickpea curry: Chickpeas are a good source of protein and fiber, making them a healthy choice for people with diabetes and high cholesterol. This curry can be made with a variety of vegetables and served with brown rice or quinoa.

  4. Baingan bharta: This dish is made with roasted eggplant that is mashed and mixed with spices and tomatoes. It can be served with a side of roti or brown rice.

  5. Palak paneer: This dish is made with paneer (a type of Indian cheese) and a sauce made with spinach and spices. It can be served with a side of brown rice or quinoa.

By choosing dishes that are high in fiber and protein and low in added sugars and unhealthy fats, you can enjoy a variety of delicious and healthy Indian dishes while managing your diabetes and high cholesterol.

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