Heart attack: How you cook can increase your risk of the deadly condition

When it comes to cooking your own food, the NHS advise you to “trim excess fat from meat and remove the skin from poultry”.

The use of lard or oil is discouraged, but if needs be only use a “small amount of olive, sunflower or rapeseed oil”.

In order to protect your heart, “healthier food choices” are encouraged.

A healthy, heart-friendly diet consists of plenty of fruit and vegetables, whole grain carbohydrates, and low-fat dairy products.

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