Posts Tagged ‘heart health’

Heart-Healthy Foods You Might Not Be Eating + Recipes

Heart Healthy Foods - Marisa Moore Nutrition

For those of you enjoying the long weekend, I hope it’s been great! Since February is heart month, I’m sharing some heart-smart foods you might be overlooking. Though oatmeal gets a lot of attention, many foods can help keep your heart in tip-top shape. Here are a few you might not be eating. Lentils, Beans, and
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Glazed Salmon Tacos with Grapefruit Avocado Salsa

Glazed Salmon Tacos Grapefruit Avocado Salsa on marisamoore.com

Brimming with heart healthy fats, this recipe combines omega 3 rich salmon with creamy avocado and tart grapefruit for a quick and easy lunch or dinner.  I blogged this Grapefruit Glazed Salmon Taco recipe over on the Fannetastic Food blog today. The subject is omega 3 fats and why you should be eating them. As I mentioned
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Eating Plan for Brain & Heart Health

Spinach + Chickpea Recipe Ingredients on marisamoore.com

I hope you had a great Mother’s Day weekend.  I got to spend time with my sweet Grandmother who has Alzheimer’s disease. With her in mind, I thought I’d share some info on the Mediterranean Diet. Research shows that following a Mediterranean Diet rich in olive oil, nuts, beans, fish, fruits and vegetables and wine with
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10 Ways to Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

Fresh Red Tomatoes

Known as the silent killer, hypertension (or high blood pressure), affects 1 in 3 adults in the United States.  It’s a major contributor to heart disease, stroke and kidney failure. It affects every single part of the body… yes guys, EVERY part of the body. Here are some strategies to help you get your blood
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Women’s Health Week: 7 Simple Tips for Heart Health

Red Heart of Seeds

While breast cancer gets a lot of attention in the media and is certainly a concern, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States and a leading cause of disability among women. Heart disease risk varies with age.  If you are in your 20s and 30s, consider this your
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