Heart-Healthy Foods: Love Yourself on Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day show your heart some love with our list of heart-healthy foods and recipes.
Each year on February 14th we wait for Cupid’s strike to send our hearts a-flutter, but the winged babe isn’t the only one readying his arrows. The far more sinister Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure and Heart Disease are also making aims—and they’re seasoned pros in the pitter-patter department.
Resolve only to let love in this Valentine’s Day by guarding your heart with the following heart-healthy eats:
Salmon: Packed with plenty of omega-3s (essential fatty acids found to reduce blood pressure and benefit cardiovascular health as a whole), this fatty fish is easy to cook and versatile dinner. Click image above to learn more and for a selection of salmon recipes.
Creamy discs of goat cheese with crisp herbed crusts sit atop this strawberry and greens salad.
This nutrient-packed sandwich makes eating healthy a delicious adventure!
Try these blueberry treats for breakfast or a snack.
The super fresh flavors of blueberries and cucumber combine to make a salad that tastes as light and refreshing as it looks! Serve it with grilled fish or meats.
A power breakfast recipe by chef Gordon Ramsay.
We dare you to walk the plank this summer and roast salmon using this traditional and fun grilling technique.
Salmon and fresh vegetables are seasoned with fresh dill, butter, salt and pepper.
These easy-to-prepare salmon sliders with Asian flair will score points with Super Bowl Sunday guests.