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heart-healthy

(härt′hĕl′thē)
adj.
Promoting cardiovascular well-being, as a food or lifestyle.
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After all, it's an event made possible by heart-healthy Golden Fiesta Canola Oil.
Another dietary pattern has been gaining praise for its heart-healthy benefits: a vegan diet, which is composed entirely of plant foods," says McKittrick.
They cook with olive oil and provide a lot of heart-healthy seafood and vegetables.
Among the many ways CDC is working to help create heart-healthy environments are supporting the Million Hearts initiative and the Sodium Reduction in Communities Program.
But heart-healthy eating is about more than limiting your intake of fat.
One of the cornerstones of a heart-healthy diet is lowering sodium intake.
If you need some help in making your eating style more heart-healthy, ask your doctor about prescribing the services of a dietitian to help you plan meals and teach you what should and shouldn't be in your grocery cart.
A sprinkle of seeds, nuts, or olives will add flavour, texture and heart-healthy mono-unsaturated fats as well as many other nutrients.
based Rich's currently sells dozens of whole-grain bread products, but officials say this line offers additional value in terms of heart-healthy ingredients and protein.
Genisoy, Tulsa, OK, has introduced a line of heart-healthy baked soy Tortilla Chips available in both Nacho Cheese and Lightly Salted flavors.
Following a heart-healthy lifestyle and diet, even if you don't have cardiovascular disease, just might save your life.
A grape's skin and seeds are also full of heart-healthy compounds called antioxidants.