The American Heart Association launches +color, a new initiative to help Americans eat healthier by adding more colorful produce to their diet. When more color is on your plate, better nutrition is in your stomach. Life is better when it's vibrant, #addcolor with us.
The American Heart Association worked to develop two videos that encourage parents, and caregivers, to help make heart-healthy choices for the children in their lives, starting at an early age. Visit our Healthier Kids site at www.heart.org/healthierkids today to watch and take a minute to share them with your friends […]
Visit http://www.heart.org/nutrition for additional resources about healthy eating. In this video, Dr. Don Lloyd-Jones talks how to eat better, which is one 7 key factors related to better heart health. Tips include what kinds of foods to eat, and not to eat. Other cardiovascular health factors (that are part of […]
How sources of soluble fiber, especially beta glucan, can help lower cholesterol
Who knew kale was so versatile? Check out these 7 ways to get more green in to your day.
An avocado half is the perfect vessel to serve tuna salad, creating a striking presentation. To prevent the corn salsa from tumbling off, it is mixed into the tuna. Get this recipe and other heart-healthy recipes at recipes.heart.org
The American Heart Association's Simple Cooking with Heart program teaches you how about the various healthy cooking oils. For more cooking skills videos and recipes, visit www.heart.org/simplecooking
Olive, Canola, sesame, oh my! So many oils so little time! Find basic uses for a variety of heart-healthy oils.
This American Heart Association, Simple Cooking with Heart recipe is loaded with the flavors you love in Chinese food but with less sodium than most restaurant food. Get this recipe and more heart-healthy recipes at heart.org/simplecooking
This season, try our five easy swaps to celebrate a healthy holiday. Your family favorites will be flavorful, festive, and healthier!