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  • 61. Fish and Omega-3 Fatty Acids The American Heart Association explains the nutritional information about fish and omega-3 fatty acids.
  • 62. Cereales fantásticos: ˇhaga que sean integrales! Great whole grain foods to add to a heart healthy diet
  • 63. Nutritious Nibbles: Our guide to healthy snacking A snacker's best friend! This brochure gives recipes for a variety of healthy between-meal energizers that appeal to people of all ages as well as a list of ready-to eat snacks that are high in nutrients but low in fat, sodium, and cholesterol.
  • 64. About Fruits and Vegetables The American Heart Association explains that fresh, filling and heart-healthy, fruits and vegetables are an important part of your overall healthy eating plan. Learn more!
  • 65. Trans Fats News The American Heart Association gives this trans fats news.
  • 66. The Greatness of Whole Grains The American Heart Association explains the benefitis of eating whole grains.
  • 67. Mediterranean-style diet details Juntos Editorial Consultant Lucas Restrepo, M.D., Ph. D., explains the traditional Mediterranean diet. ?Lately, the so-called Mediterranean style diet has received a lot of attention because of its potential cardiovascular health benefits. A Mediterranean diet consists of eating salads and fruits twice per day, nuts servings every day, sofrito (see below) and drinking wine in moderation. White meat is used instead of red meat, while fish is served three times per week.?
  • 68. Heart-Healthy Recipes Brochure Recipes for a Heart Healthy Diet from the American Heart Association
  • 69. Prepared Foods & Mixes without Trans Fat The American Heart Association offers these resources of Prepared Foods & Mixes without Trans Fat for restaurant professionals.
  • 70. Nancy Book's High Blood Pressure Story Losing weight information from The American Heart Association.


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