Monthly Archives: December 2016

Start the year off right with heart-healthy traditions

On New Year’s Day in the South, it’s a tradition to indulge on black-eyed peas, collard greens and cornbread for luck and prosperity for the New Year. However, these lucky treats are often cooked in heavy oils or butter and … Continue reading

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Stay on track in the New Year with these fitness tips

For many Americans, the holiday season is a time of celebration, which sometimes leads to holiday weight gain and a resolution to lose weight in the New Year. In many cases, after just a few short weeks of daily visits … Continue reading

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5 ways to stay heart-healthy this holiday season

From party planning to baking, the holidays can be both a fun and stressful time of year. And sometimes, it can be difficult to keep your heart health in mind. Here are just a few ways you can enjoy the … Continue reading

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Colder temperatures mean one thing: It’s chili season!

Winter brings shorter days and cooler temperatures, but it’s also the time of year to enjoy a signature winter dish: chili. Whether you are a fan of chicken, beef, or even pork, the American Heart Association has a library of … Continue reading

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