Heart Healthy Recipes

Healthy Holiday Snacking

Looking for some healthy snack recipes for this year's holiday season? The recipes below are rich in heart healthy fats. The Salmon Spread is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids which helps in lowering triglyceride levels and  almonds are rich in monosaturated fatty acids, shown to lower LDL levels.


Breakfast for Dinner

Including protein in your breakfast is a great way to start your day. These recipes allow you to get your veggies in and are hearty enough that they can also be used for lunch or Dinner.

 

Chicken Can be Exciting

When you need some new ways to cook chicken, want to get your veggies and keep it low in saturated fat. Try one of these heart healthy meals.

 

Enjoy Fruits & Veggies

Increasing your vegetable and fruit intake is an important step in protecting your heart. Fruits and vegetables are rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals that keep us healthy. Today, there is such a bountiful supply of great produce available to us throughout the year.

 

Crazy for Pumpkin

When you think of Halloween and Thanksgiving foods, pumpkin always comes to mind. Pumpkin is rich in the antioxidant beta carotene which provides many health benefits such as protecting us from heart disease and certain kinds of cancer. Pumpkin is also a great source of fiber and has only 49 calories a cup. Enjoy these healthy and delicious pumpkin recipes this fall. 

 

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