If you want to prevent heart disease or to improve your heart-related lab values, it’s time you get comfortable in the kitchen. Before you start cooking, let’s make sure you know how to cook safely for yourself and the people you cook for.
Whether you’re casually shopping or you find yourself preparing for a pandemic closure or the next big earthquake, make sure you add these heart-healthy pantry essentials to your Costco cart.
Chipotle is a salt bomb, but they do offer some low-sodium and moderately-low sodium options. Check out the blog to help you stay below your daily sodium goals when you dine there.
It’s intimidating to see a large number of choices when you shop in the peanut butter aisle. In regards to heart health, there are four major items on the nutrition label to help you make the right decision.
Ah, oatmeal…the poster child for heart health. Okay, maybe I’m dramatic, but it’s hard to ignore the heart symbol slapped on oatmeal containers when I’m shopping in the breakfast aisle. There are a few varieties of oats out there. Today, I’m going to focus on the differences between steel-cut and old fashioned oats. I sometimes
Someone once told me that heart disease does not exist, because he never hears of anyone dying from heart disease. He may have never heard of death from heart disease, but I’m sure he has heard of someone who died from a stroke or heart attack. That’s heart disease, and it’s no joke.