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My husband has coronary heart disease. He had a heart attack followed by quardruple by-pass. Some heart healthy foods are counter-recommended when taking blood thinners. In addition, he is borderline diabetic. Planning meals that are heart healthy, using foods without vitamin K and avoid spiking glucose levels is quite a challenge. Do you have suggestions?

You do have quite a challenge. I strongly suggest you consult with a registered dietitian who can help you plan meals with consideration of your husband’s medical condition. You can find one in your area by asking your physician or at http://www.eatright.org

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