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DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. The US News & World Report has consistently ranked DASH as the best overall diet since 2011, because it’s very effective in preventing obesity, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.
If you’re someone that don’t want to give up entire food groups, or strategically time your meals or count your macros, the DASH diet will likely be great for you. Very few whole foods are off-limits, and there are not so many rules to follow. Adopting a new healthy-eating plan is difficult when it involves significant changes. So maybe that’s why the DASH diet has been getting a lot of love over the last few years.
When following the DASH diet, you can expect to eat a lot of low- or non-fat dairy products, legumes, poultry, fish, whole grains, vegetables, and fruits. It also allows you to consume some seeds and nuts. The diet is low in sodium and fat.
This book provides information on the DASH diet in order to live healthy, prevent heart disease, reduce blood pressure, and lose weight.
What You’ll Learn:
- Learn what dash diet is all about.
- Foods to eat and avoid.
- A closer look at the constituent foods that make up the DASH Diet.
- Tips on following dash when shopping, cooking or eating out.
- 31-day meal plan for a healthier and fitter you.
- And lots more…