Published: November 15, 2019
Western Health Advantage has teamed up with the American Heart Association to help you find healthier options this holiday season. Here are some daily tips from AHA:
- Face the fats: the good, the bad and the ugly.
- A healthy eating plan includes plenty of colorful fruits and veggies.
- We need at least 4 servings each of colorful fruits and vegetables every day (that’s 8 per day total). What’s a serving?
- Keep bite-size fruits and veggies handy for grab-n-go snacks.
- Healthy eating habits start at home.
- What’s in a label? Reading food labels can help you make healthier choices.
- Did you know vegetables and fruits are loaded with nutrients and fiber?
- Did you know eating more fruits and veggies can help you eat less sodium?
- Happy Veterans Day! Thank a veteran with a healthy home-cooked meal.
- Lightly sauté vegetables to bring out their natural flavors.
- Let our heart be your guide at the grocery store.
- Life is sweet with these easy sugar swaps.
- Keep color fresh and vibrant by knowing how to store fresh fruits and vegetables.
- Yes, you can eat out and still eat healthy!
- Turns out, mom was right. We need to eat our fruits and veggies. Here are 5 good reasons.
- Can’t get your family on the veggie train? Get sneaky!
- Add some fall color to your Thanksgiving table.
- Add a hearty, healthy salad to your Thanksgiving plans.
- Happy Thanksgiving! How about a healthy walk after the big meal?
- On game day, skip the chips. Dip with crunchy, delicious veggies instead.
- Do you know the six common foods that contribute the most sodium to kids’ diets?
- Enjoy the whole rainbow of colors, including white and brown, for maximum nutrition.
The American Heart Association has created the Healthy for Good™ movement to inspire you to create lasting change in your health and your life. Western Health Advantage is the local Healthy for Good sponsor.
Visit mywha.org/hearthealth for more information and to sign up for WHA’s e-newsletter on heart health.