Seafood is recommended for most people wanting to maintain or improve their heart health. The American Heart Association and Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend eating at least two servings a week for a healthy heart. Take a peek at our articles about seafood and heart health to find out more about your heart and start showing your ticker a little love!
Dreaming of a Heart Healthy New Year
Make this year’s New Year’s Resolution something that will last a lifetime! Resolutions are hard to keep. In fact, for most of us, good intentioned resolutions have fallen by the wayside a few weeks into the year. But knowing that heart disease remains one of the top health issues in America, maybe this year is a good year to focus on making a few healthy changes – just for your heart!
Here are ten ideas to helping you live a more heart healthy lifestyle in 2016!
Entertaining with style and simplicity
The joy of spending time with family and friends over the holidays is something most of us look forward to. That joy can easily be eclipsed by stress that so often comes along with the holiday! Here are some ways to simplify entertaining - so you can really enjoy them with your family and friends this holiday season!
Grocery Shopping Tricks and Tips
Getting back in the swing of things with kids activities, school schedules and work can make every day and weekly tasks seem even more tedious than normal. Grocery shopping is no exception!
Try these tips to get through the grocery store quickly, save money and have everything you need to make quick and easy meals at home!
Surprising Ways to Enjoy Seafood
Summer is the perfect time of year to enjoy seafood. It’s light, quick and easy to prepare and packed with nutrients.
In addition to being delicious, seafood is a great source of high-quality protein, is typically low in fat, low in saturated fat and a natural source of heart healthy Omega – 3s. You get a lot of bang for your buck out of seafood! It is loaded with B Vitamins, potassium, magnesium, and selenium but doesn’t load you down with calories.
How to Hit Dinner out of the Park
By: Laura Ali, MS, RD, LDN
Just like each ball player strives to hit a homerun when they step up to bat, most of us want to do the same for dinner. It can be hard to hit it out of the park every night, but practice, planning and preparation can certainly help prevent strikeouts. Try some of these quick tips to stay out of the weeknight slump!