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November is Eat Smart Month

Healthier eating can help reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.  Eating right doesn’t have to be hard or require you to give up things you love. It’s all about making smart choices to build an overall healthy diet.

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Healthy eating habits start at home.  Eating healthy is important and with a few simple changes you can make eating healthy easy. Look for foods with the American Heart Association’s trusted Heart-Check mark to make smarter food choices.

Tips for healthy eating:

  • Limit sugary drinks, fatty meats, sweets and salty or processed foods.
  • Avoid partially hydrogenated oils, tropical oils and excessive calories.
  • Replace processed foods with homemade or less processed options.
  • Enjoys nutritious foods from all of the food groups, especially fruits and vegetables.
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