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Healthy recipes for Heart Patient

Learn how to prepare the delicious, easy recipes your heart needs to thrive and stay healthy

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The authors of WomenHeart's ALL HEART Family Cookbook will be on our forums throughout February to address your concerns and fears, from what to eat to prevent the disease to how to cope with a heart-disease diagnosis.

Take Control of Your Heart Health

Eating for a healthy heart has never been easier or more delicious. The WomenHeart's ALL HEART Family Cookbook focuses on 40 key foods scientifically proven to promote heart health, presented in a range of 175 delicious, family-friendly recipes. From dark chocolate and beans to salmon and yogurt, you'll find the 40 heart-smart foods featured in healthier twists of tried-and-true, crowd-pleasing dinner favorites, desserts, side dishes, soups, breakfasts and more.

Complete with before-and-after recipe makeover information, easy and practical heart-healthy nutrition tips, and insightful bits of cardio-health wisdom, this cookbook demonstrates that having heart disease, or a family history of heart disease, doesn't mean you have no control over your heart health. Using these tips and incorporating them into an overall healthier lifestyle and diet may even help you lower your risk and prevent heart disease altogether.

WomenHeart, the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, is dedicated to helping women fight heart disease, including those who are unaware of their risk. Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women, yet too few women realize the risk they face. Through an extensive support group network, WomenHeart helps women who have heart disease to live normal lives, and because dietary changes are often an important part of the recovery process, the conversation naturally turns to food. WomenHeart created this cookbook to help you take heart-healthy control over your life. Learn how to makeover your favorite meals using these easy and quick heart-healthy nutrition tips.

Try a featured recipe from WomenHeart's ALL HEART Family Cookbook tonight!

Excerpt from WomenHeart's ALL HEART Family Cookbook reprinted with permission by Rodale, Inc. Copyright 2008 by Rodale. Buy the book now.

Mix minced mushrooms with meat to boost flavor, cut cost  — Columbia Daily Tribune
The push for blending started in 2011, when the Mushroom Council, an industry trade group, joined a Culinary Institute of America initiative called the Healthy Menus R&D Collaborative.

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