Today Dr. Stevie DeJuan Springer of Wise and Well joined New Mexico Living to answer this week’s health questions to discuss menopause and what to eat with heart disease.
Dr. Springer explains not every woman goes through menopause the same way, it is important to have an overall healthy body and mind during this process. By focusing on exercise, eating a Mediterranean Diet, and staying away from spicy or processed foods is the best way to keep you in a good health.
Dr. Springer recommends the following foods for Heart Disease:
- Avoid Saturated Fats
- 3-5 Walnuts/Almonds are fine daily
- Flaxseeds or Chia Seeds are okay
- Stick to a Nutrient-Rich Diet/Plant-Based
For additional health tips, visit Dr. Stevie DeJuan Springer online by clicking here.