Wondering which foods you can add to your plate to protect your body's most important muscle?
Running is a fantastic exercise for boosting cardiovascular strength, but it's not the only way to keep your heart healthy. I'm not a big runner myself, but years ago, I had the opportunity to train with my friends over at Runner's World. Here, I learned that the food we eat is just as important as physical activity. Luckily, some of my favorite recipes (like this Wild Blueberry Peanut Butter Smoothie) make the heart-healthy list!
12 Foods That Will Protect Your Heart
Even runners need to eat the right foods to keep their tickers strong, so I compiled my favorite heart-healthy foods in this RunnersWorld.com post. (As if we needed another reason to love dark chocolate!) Find out more about the best heart-healthy fats! Want to eat more fish? Here's why eating seafood is beneficial for your heart. Also learn about the top vegetarian sources of omega-3s and how to have a healthy plant-based pregnancy. Also curious about plant sterols and stanols, and if cholesterol-lowering spreads work?
Plus, did you know potassium can help your blood pressure? Find out the best way to get potassium!
Amy's Recipe of the Week: Honey Lime Grilled Corn Salad
It's grilling season again! Serve up this colorful, ready-in-minutes salad at your next summer party. Looking for more reasons to fire up the grill? I've got lots more healthy and delicious summer recipes for you!
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