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These are the heart healthy resources I’ve found that have been a huge help to me and my family in our heart healthy journey.
This cookbook has so much great practical information about how to live heart healthy. We’ve also found lots of great new recipes that have become some of the regular recipes I use.
Taste of Home is just a great source of delicious, easy to make recipes. This one is paperback and we’ve liked all of the recipes in it, that we’ve tried.
My favorite cooking magazine, is Taste of Home, so I was excited to see that they came out with a “Best” healthy recipes cookbook. We’ve found lots of new favorites in here.
This website is just packed with tons of information to help you live heart healthy. There are excellent resources for every age on this site. They give you information about physical activity at every age and level, and lots of great information about eating heart healthy in various situations: home, eating out, etc.
This section of the American Heart Association Website tells you about nutrition requirements for food, how a food becomes certified, and gives you a list of foods that are certified at the grocery store. It’s a great list because you’ll know exactly what healthy foods to buy.
You can find what kinds of nutrition requirements there are for foods when you eat out. It also tells you about what to look for to find heart healthy certified meals.
In this section, it breaks down the nutrition requirements of food by category.
This is the link to the list I told you about above for the goods that are certified at the grocery store.