Eat Smart for Your Heart

When you’re focused on heart health, there are a number of dietary choices that can help protect your ticker. Get plenty of fiber, enough omega-3s, and keep the salt low. These recipes don’t compromise on flavor or convenience in order to make heart-smart eating an achievable course of action.

Make Ahead Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Make Ahead Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Steel-cut oatmeal is high in fiber...which makes for a long cooking time. Making it overnight cuts your active time down to almost nothing.

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Pumpkin & White Bean Alfredo

Pumpkin & White Bean Alfredo

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. Pumpkin and beans are both high-fiber options. Swap them in for standard alfredo sauce with meat for a delicious meal that's better for your heart.

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Coconut Chile Fish Curry

Coconut Chili Fish Curry

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. Beyond the benefits of fish, this curry is a nice heart-smart option because it relies on spices, not high amounts of salt, for robust flavor.

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Honey-Thyme Salmon Foil Packet

Honey-Thyme Salmon Foil Packets

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Salmon is always a treat for your tongue and heart alike. This recipe is simple enough for a work night and elegant enough for a date night.

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Mediterranean Fish Chowder with Potatoes & Kale

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. Fiber from kale, omega-3s from fish, and salt-smart flavor from a robust roundup of veggies: this fish dish is a delicious winner.

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