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About Elizabeth Klodas

Elizabeth Klodas MD, FACC trained at Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins and is a practicing cardiologist in Minneapolis, MN. She specializes in heart disease prevention. She is also founder of Step One Foods https://steponefoods.com, a company dedicated to helping patients minimize their dependence on medications through strategic dietary change.
Latest Posts | By Elizabeth Klodas
The 4 Heart-Healthy Food Groups that Should Dominate Your Diet After 60
10 months ago

The 4 Heart-Healthy Food Groups that Should Dominate Your Diet After 60

Most of us know that we can reduce our risk of developing heart disease with lifestyle changes – like incorporating exercise into our daily routine.

But did you know that heart disease can be reversed through those same lifestyle changes, especially proper nutrition? It may be hard to believe, but according to published studies, it’s true. Read More

The Best Diet Advice You’ll Ever Receive After 60
10 months ago

The Best Diet Advice You’ll Ever Receive After 60

If you’re like most Americans, you probably made a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier or make some grand change to your diet. Read More

5 Foods That Naturally Lower Cholesterol for Women Over 60
11 months ago

5 Foods That Naturally Lower Cholesterol for Women Over 60

For millions of Americans, taking statins – medications like Lipitor and Crestor – to lower cholesterol has become the norm. However, these drugs, while they work, can come with significant side effects. Read More

4 Powerful Ways to Control Blood Pressure Naturally
12 months ago

4 Powerful Ways to Control Blood Pressure Naturally

If you have high blood pressure, you’re not alone. In fact, using the new definition of high blood pressure – 130/80 mmHg or greater, on average, as measured at rest on two separate occasions – one out of every two American adults is affected. Read More

These 4 Pillars of Longevity Support the Fountain of Youth
1 year ago

These 4 Pillars of Longevity Support the Fountain of Youth

Legend has it that the explorer Ponce de Leon wasn’t just looking to establish a Spanish colony in the new world; he was looking for the fountain of youth. And 500 years later, the search is still on. Read More