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Get a Personalised Heart Disease Diet Plan from Our Experienced Dietitians

Heart Disease is a complex health condition that affects over 4 million Australians. As one of the leading causes of death in Australia, it is important to understand the pivotal role lifestyle and nutrition plays in the development and progression of heart disease. Eating a diet rich in heart healthy foods whilst limiting others is crucial in managing and reducing your risk of this illness.

Here at Fuel Your Life, we specialise in helping individuals improve their diet and lifestyle to reduce the chances of developing heart disease or to prevent the condition from worsening. To do this, our team of highly qualified and experienced dietitians develop personalised heart disease diet plans that suit your particular health needs and lifestyle. We aim to support our clients through this process offering guidance that makes you feel confident and at ease every step of the way.

Get in touch with us today to learn more about heart disease nutrition or to book your consultation.

Heart healthy foods to manage and lower your risk of heart disease

Knowing which foods are best for heart health is absolutely essential. A diet rich in foods that have an anti-inflammatory effect, low glycaemic index (GI) carbohydrates, long chain omega-3 fatty acids and polyphenolic compounds have all been documented to lower the risk of heart disease and minimise its progression.

Our dietitians don’t just tell you which foods to eat and which to avoid. Instead, our team educate you on the importance of particular heart healthy foods, helping you to stay motivated on your journey to better heart health. Our dietitians are specialists in the area of heart health and are skilled in translating the science into real life, every day food. We work around your individual needs and lifestyle to produce a heart disease diet plan that is customised for you.

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Interested in learning more about which foods to eat and which to avoid with heart disease? Get in touch with us today to book a consultation with one of our heart disease nutrition specialists.

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