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Diet plan for cardiac procedure patient

My Husband in his early forties recently undergone a cardiac procedure. I need to know some receipies.? My husband has been advised low fat, low salt diet . He does not suffer from Diabetes , high Cholesterol , etc. his BP is well under control due to regular medication. The food I cook for him at home taste very unappetising for him. He needs to eat more as he has to regain his strength. Please Suggest some easy appetising food ( both Non-veg veg ) which I can cook for him nurse his health back. Also if anybody can suggest any sites where such receipies are mentioned. Pls also note that my husband is very much calorie conciuos.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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Herbs and spices need to become your friends in the kitchen...garlic is the best one and I use it all the time...but there are plenty of other options if you dont like garlic. Good home cooking is the way to go. I manage low cal, low salt and low fat quite easily. If he is freshly out of hospital from heart surgery it is no surprise that food tastes pretty is a common complaint of those who have had heart will get better I promise.
Answered: Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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