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Heart Smarts

Fruits & Veggies Can Bring A Skip to Your Step!

We all know that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” but did you know that eating your fruits and vegetables may actually make you a happier person?  Read More...

Finished Eating? Take a Walk!

We all know regular exercise is key to a healthy heart, but it doesn't always have to be rigorous!  Read More...

Keep Your Heart Healthy by Staying Warm

January is the coldest month of the year, and it might cause more than just a chill.  Read More...

Promote Good Health With Healthy Relationships

A study featured on WebMD says yes, because supportive relationships are associated with better health!  Read More...

Send Holiday Stress Packing

Stress can seriously harm the body and cause unwanted health problems like anxiety, insomnia, upset stomach, depression, and can even increase your risk of having a heart attack.  Read More...

Pumpkin - Not Just For Fall Fun!

Pumpkin seeds are packed with healthy fats, are high in protein (9 grams per 1 ounce serving), and contain the antioxidant lutein, which aids in vision.  Read More...

Eating Smart for Your Heart

From what determines good and bad cholesterol, to foods that are reported to raise cholesterol and those that lower it, it can be difficult to keep track!  Read More...

Hydrate for Peak Performance!

Water makes up 60 percent of your body weight and is depleted as you breathe, sweat, and go to the bathroom.  Read More...

Do you Know Your Target Heart Rate?

Regular exercise is one of the best ways to keep our hearts healthy, but do you know if you’re working out enough or even possibly too hard?  Read More...

Make a Date with Your Heart!

Some foods that are popular for igniting passion are also beneficial for your heart – for example chocolate and red wine.  Read More...

Longer Nights May Benefit the Heart!

Using the early sunsets and darker evenings to get a good night's rest may offer a ton of health advantages, including a reduced risk of heart attack, better blood pressure, more energy and improved mood.  Read More...

Portion Control in the Palm of Your hand

Our hands serve as built-in portion control guides to help you make sure you’re eating the appropriate amounts at meal time.  Read More...

Break Free From the Food Pyramid!

The USDA's new nutritional recommendations place more focus on proper portion sizes for each meal rather than the total number of daily servings for each food group.  Read More...

Take a Stroll Outside to Double Heart Health Benefits

According to WebMD, low levels of vitamin D have been linked to an increased risk for heart disease.  Read More...

Heart Disease Doesn’t Care if You’re a Woman

According to the American Heart Association, coronary heart disease – which is a major cause of heart attacks – is the single leading cause of death for American women.  Read More...

Declare Your Freedom to Enjoy Simple Pleasures

Allowing yourself to indulge - even just a little - and truly appreciate the moment can positively affect your health more so than denying yourself...  Read More...

Make Your Next BBQ a Heart-Healthy One!

BBQ's may not be traditionally known for heart-healthy foods, but there are tons of fun ways to fire up your grill and pump up the flavor…  Read More...

Build Healthy Hearts Together!

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recommends four types of exercises to keep mature adults healthy, including exercises focusing on strength, balance, stretching and endurance.  Read More...

Gardening Can Help Your Heart!

According to researchers at the Wageningen University and Research Center in the Netherlands, the simple act of gardening can actually reduce stress!  Read More...

Jump Into Spring-Literally!

Jumping, like jumping rope or on a trampoline, is a great form of physical aerobic exercise that can help keep your heart in tip-top shape. Read More...