Whole Foods and Heart Disease

A workplace intervention study at Geico Headquarts showed the postive health effects of implementing a whole foods diet, helping workers there lose pounds on the scale and inches around their waist. And other studies have shown that increasing the amount of whole fruits and veggies and seeds leads to a decrease in the risk of heart disease. That's pretty heart healthy. Listen to what Michael Greger, M.D. of NutritionFacts.org has to say about it!



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