Fruits and vegetables

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- An estimated 92 million Americans suffer from cardiovascular disease.

February is American Heart Month, and MORE sat down with a registered dietician from Health Plan of Nevada, Carolyn Schut, to get health tips that can help decrease the risk of heart disease.

She said the best heart-healthy foods to incorporate in your lifestyle include vegetables, omage-3 fatty fish, fruit, grains and legumes, nuts, and seeds.

Also, Schut recommends trying at least one meatless meal per week when following a heart-healthy diet.

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