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A Heart-Healthy Valentine’s Day

Since February is also Heart Health Month, try fitting some RED foods with heart benefits into your day. The following foods are packed with cardio-protective nutrients such as lycopene (reduces your risk for heart disease), vitamin C (reduces inflammation), potassium (helps improve blood pressure), folate (improves arterial elasticity), fiber (helps lower LDL-cholesterol), and other valuable nutrients:

Remember, Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to just about food.
Having a meal is only one small part of the day. So here are some ideas for heart-healthy activities to help create a memorable Valentine’s:


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