Eat this, not that when you have congestive heart failure

Foods to eat and foods to avoid so you can stay balanced

If you have congestive heart failure, you know that having the right fluid balance is everything when it comes to feeling well. Too much salt (sodium) makes you retain fluid, and then the heart has to work harder — and you feel bad. Limiting salt can help you feel your best. Here are some tasty ways to replace high-sodium foods.

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Foods to avoid with congestive heart failure

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