Eat more plant foods like hawthorn, and berries like blueberry, raspberry, and cranberry, to add variety and nutrition to your meals.

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Q: Is all cholesterol bad?

A: No. The human body needs cholesterol to make bile acids, cell membranes, and hormones. Cholesterol is broadly divided into two types: low-density lipoprotein (LDL), also known as the “bad” cholesterol, and high-density lipoprotein (HDL), which is the “good” cholesterol. “Bad” cholesterol may accumulate in blood vessel walls, thereby clogging blood vessels.

Q: How does one’s diet affect the development of heart disease?

A: Development of heart disease depends on many factors, but its risk may be reduced by healthy lifestyles and diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol.

Q: Does the liver affect the heart?

A: Heart health and liver health are interrelated. Most of the cholesterol in the body is secreted by the liver. The liver regulates cholesterol in the blood. A heathy liver can help control cholesterol in the body. The liver is like a bridge, linking the blood flow from the digestive system back to the heart. A healthy liver is needed to ensure a healthy heart.

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