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Eat, drink, and be wary.

The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends getting only 7 to 10 percent, or less, of your total daily calories from saturated fat—the delicious kind in beef and butter. If you're having separation anxiety over the thought of leaving your cheeseburgers and fries, here's a little cheer: Studies show that moderate drinking—wine, beer and spirits—lowers the risk of heart attack. Just keep it to one drink a day.