The American Heart Association is committed to helping people live longer, healthier lives, and one way to do that is teaching people how to eat a healthier, more nutritious diet. Many people in the United States eat more than their recommended daily calories, sugar, and sodium and supplement that with a poor exercise routine. Nutrition Month is the perfect time to turn that around!
Healthy eating starts with ingredients. You don’t need to be a chef to create heart-healthy meals your family will love. Learning what to look for at the grocery store can go a long way toward creating nutritious, well balanced creations.
A healthy diet and lifestyle are your best weapons in the fight against heart disease. Use our guidelines to make smart choices to benefit your heart and your overall health.
Simple Cooking with Heart
Cooking at home? Be sure to use nutritious ingredients and follow a healthy preparation routine. Get tips on turning your kitchen into the heart-healthy hub of your home.
Just because you’re at a restaurant doesn’t mean you should put good food sense on the back burner. Find out how to eat healthy when you dine out.