In case you haven’t heard, cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women in Singapore. But taking care of your precious organ, that beating, thumping, life-giving muscle, is a lot easier than you might think. In fact, simply making the right tweaks to your diet can reduce your risk of getting a heart attack and prevent heart disease.
Jaclyn Reutens, 35, a dietitian and the founder of APTIMA Nutrition & Sports Consultants, sheds light on what makes up a diet that’s good for your heart. She also reveals what hawker foods are heart-healthy (and vice versa)!
Find out the best foods for your ticker below: