Find favorite African American recipes, prepared in a heart-healthy way to be lower in fat, especially saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium.
Control high blood pressure, cholesterol and weight, to reduce your risk for heart disease.
Use the nutrition labels on foods to help you follow healthy eating guidelines.
Discover the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) eating plan to gain better control of high blood pressure. See a week's worth of sample menus and recipes, which feature plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other foods that are heart healthy and lower in salt/sodium.
Find a wealth of information and links to resources on many aspects of heart disease. Also in Spanish.
Follow this heart healthy eating plan to lower your cholesterol.
Check out the "Recipes for Heart Health" section to help you cook up a week of tasty, heart healthy meals with recipes from the DASH eating plan.
Take steps to prevent heart disease. This practical guide tells about many healthy things you can do to become healthier.
What do the numbers mean? Learn about cholesterol, its components, health effects, and ways to improve your cholesterol to reduce your risk of a heart attack.
For more than a decade, The Heart Truth® program has worked to raise awareness about women’s risk for heart disease―the #1 killer of women in the United States―and share the steps they need to make to lead a heart healthy life.
Browse through heart healthy dinners, family meals, Latino recipes, and more!
Read the final recommendation statement on Vitamin, Mineral, and Multivitamin Supplements for the Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer, issued by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. This statement applies to healthy adults who have no known nutritional deficiencies.
When it comes to your heart, what you eat matters. Follow these tips for heart-healthy eating.
What's good for your heart is great for your taste buds. The recipes in this fact sheet show you don't have to lose flavor to gain health.