This heart healthy chicken valencia dish is a wonderful addition to meat and poultry recipes. The orange juice and tomatoes add just the right "zippiness". Click Here for Recipe
A delicious, low-fat apricot lamb dish containing the heart healthy nutrient of Coenzyme Q10, also known as CoQ10, is needed for every cell of the body to remain healthy. The lamb also provides healthy proteins, iron, vitamin B12, zinc, selenium and niacin. Click Here for Recipe
Low-salt chicken pineapple is loaded with heart healthy nutrition starting with the pineapple containing bromelain, an enzyme
that assists the heart by keeping the blood thin and prevents clotting. The pineapple also helps lower blood pressure - reducing hypertension. The vitamin B6 in chicken assists the heart by keeping the walls of the blood vessels healthy. Eating chicken regularly has been found to be helpful in controlling blood pressure as well. In this recipe, both the garlic and onions provide additional heart protection by also lowering blood pressure and cholesterol. While the low-calorie, antioxidant-rich green peppers benefit with weight loss, which assists in general health and well-being. Click Here for Recipe
These succulent and delicious rosemary lamb shish kabobs are also rich in nutrients and make an attractive addition to a healthy
meal - including a welcome, new variation on the traditional lamb for Easter dinner. The lamb provides healthy proteins, iron, vitamin B12, zinc, selenium and niacin. These low in saturated fat lamb shish kabobs also contain CoQ10, which is essential for heart health. In fact, CoQ10 is needed for every cell of the body to remain healthy. Click Here for Recipe
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Headed for a heart transplant, the author of the following cookbooks was advised to reduce his sodium intake. After coming up with delicious low-sodium recipes that added up to less than 500 mg. daily...he had amazing results...Click Here to read more...
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