Food Is More Than Fuel, It’s Medicine

Princeton Packet | April 20, 2017

“You are what you eat” has never rung truer. Dr. Simon Murray, an MDVIP-affiliate and Princeton-based primary care physician, asserts, “If we paid more attention to what we ate, then we would have fewer cardiovascular and other chronic diseases in this country.” A powerful statement, seeing that half of all men and one-third of all women over the age of 40 die from coronary artery disease. Dr. Simon says the food you eat can “greatly reduce the chance of developing heart disease and reduce the chance of a survivor having a recurrent event.” In this article, Dr. Simon provides a list of tips for healthy eating and items to put on your grocery list.


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