Taking Care of Our Hearts, Together

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, causing one in four deaths each year. But there's a lot you can do to live a heart-healthy life—and connecting with others can make your efforts even more successful.

Read the PDF below to learn more!

Taking Care of Our Hearts Together

Stress Less for a Healthier Heart

Stress happens. You can't always prevent or avoid it. But you can change how you respond to it. Try these tips. You may feel better—and have a healthier heart, too! Read more to find out!

Stress Less

Heart-Healthy Eating Plan

What you eat makes a difference to your heart. A heart-healthy eating plan emphasizes vegetables, fruits, and whole grains, includes fat-free or low-fat dairy products, and limits foods high in saturated fat and sugar-sweetened beverages and sweets. Read the PDF below to determine how much you should eat from each food group.

Heart-Healthy Eating Plan