I'm using Cronometer to maintain a diet that is 'heart-healthy' in order to manage heart disease. I'm aiming for 5% to 10% daily saturated fat. It is challenging, but doable. I'm also trying to keep a very balanced diet. Taking a multi-vitamin and fish oil tablets helps to maintain all micronutrients (except potassium) at 100% levels.
Diet, heart medication and vigorous exercise ( at least 75 minutes per week at more than 70% of maximum heart rate). I am a realist, but believe that this gives me an excellent advantage in avoiding a heart attack or stroke. Health issues that can be improved by diet and exercise are a great motivator to improve diet and amp up exercise. Those three things reduce my high-risk status significantly.
Although I have already discovered many low-fat versions of high fat foods, I'm interested in any suggestions any of you may have. At my next visit to the cardiologist, I intend to ask him about his diet. Most heart doctors , I'm sure, practice what they preach.