My first article was on low sugar foods and how that may help you to recover from a heart attack and stroke. To read my full review of all the low-sugar foods, you can go to my low sugar articles page. Low-Sugar Recipes So how do you get rid of stress? You can eat a lot of low-sugar foods! If you are a health conscious person you can eat as many fruits, vegetables, nuts, beans, grains, legumes, fruit juices, and low-sugar foods as you want to have a high natural fiber intake and stay healthy. I don't really recommend low-fat foods. What should you do instead of low-fat foods? I suggest not eating any fat for two weeks after a heart attack. This is not a recommendation. If you are a low-fat person who suffers from anxiety or depression, eating a low-fat diet will not make you feel better. You have to decide what works for you. If your doctor gives you a prescription for antidepressants, and you are not sure that it will help, tell him, "I'm sure I won't feel better unless I stop eating a lot of high-sugar foods." Then you have to try it. If it works, you can start eating less sugar.