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Cooking for Your Heart

Healthy cooking that is good for your heart and good for your taste buds.*

What do you think of when you hear the words, “heart-healthy diet?” Is it bland, tasteless food? Well, think again! Adopting a heart-healthy diet is an important step to reducing your risk for coronary artery disease (CAD), the most common type of heart disease and the leading cause of death in the United States in both men and women.1

* Some of the recipes may not be right for everyone. You may want to talk to your doctor before making any changes to your diet. You should follow your doctor’s guidelines or dietary restrictions for heart disease.
 
 

Healthy Twists on Traditional Regional Recipes

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Whip up delicious recipes without sacrificing flavor. By making heart-healthy ingredient swaps, you can make a popular dish better for your heart and potentially reduce your risk of developing CAD. See below for healthy, delicious recipes from across the United States!

North East

Clam Chowder

Try this healthy twist on a North East fan favorite - New England style clam chowder from Diabetic Living Magazine.

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Mid-West

Vegetarian Chili

This Slow-Cooker Three-Bean Chili from Midwest Living is full of flavor and heart healthy benefits.

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South

Fried Chicken

This Zesty "Fried" Chicken from Women's Day, tastes like the real thing, but is much healthier.

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West

Fish Tacos

Everyone loves fish tacos, but your heart will love these protein-packed Fish Taco Wraps from Eating Well.

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Heart Risk Factors Infographic

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Heart Health Risk Factors Infographic
 
 

 
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