Food for thought — and health. The right diet for patients can improve outcomes and reduce costs.

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“Congestive heart failure is a disease notoriously difficult to treat.

The condition, which affects more than 6 million Americans, results from the heart’s inability to pump blood to the rest of the body, leading to fluid buildup in the lungs. The mainstay of treatment is medication that removes the excess fluid, but striking the right balance is challenging and often thrown off by something as simple as the wrong meal”

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