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Coronary heart disease is less likely to occur in individuals adhering to diets high in fruits and vegetables.
Habitual consumption of legumes may offer individuals adequate protection against cardiovascular disorders and coronary heart disease.
High dietary ingestion of fruits and vegetables may be beneficial in the prevention of coronary heart disease.
The tendency of developing coronary heart disease is low in individuals who frequently consumed generous portions of fruits and vegetables, especially green leafy vegetables and vitamin C-containing fruits and vegetables.
A surge in hypertension and coronary heart disease risk is associated with frequent consumers of sugar-sweetened beverages.
Consistent consumption of foods high in lycopene may help guard against the development of cardiovascular diseases, such as stroke and coronary heart disease.
Diabetic women who are cigarette smokers may be highly vulnerable to heart disease.
Adequate intake of foods packed with soluble fiber, such as vegetables, legumes, and psyllium, may help lower blood levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and guard against the development of coronary heart disease.