FAQs about the Heart-Check Program
Q. Does the Heart-Check mark on a product mean the American Heart Association endorses that product?
Q: Some products, such as fruits and vegetables, meet the American Heart Association’s nutrient guidelines but do not have the Heart-Check mark. Why is that?
Q: The American Heart Association recommends all Americans reduce their sodium intake to less than 1,500 mg a day. How were the sodium levels determined for each Heart-Check food category?
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