Better Nutrition

FEED YOUR HEART

It’s never too late to focus on your cardio awareness. And what better way to boost heart health than with delicious, and nutritious, real foods? Here are 10 to try.


Cranberries contain polyphenols—antioxidants associated with a reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke—and can protect against hardening of the arteries. In one study, people who drank cranberry juice showed significant improvements in blood flow and arterial stiffness.

Add chopped raw cranberries and walnuts to tuna salad; purée unsweetened cranberry juice, chopped basil, and honey, then strain and serve over ice as a mocktail; top baked sweet potatoes with dried cranberries and chopped pecans.

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