Eating for a healthy heart means filling your plate with fruits and vegetables, paying attention to fiber, eating fish a couple times a week and limiting unhealthy fats like saturated and trans fats, as well as salt. And although no single food is a cure-all, certain foods have been shown to improve your heart health. Find out how these 15 foods may help lower your risk of heart disease.
I roasted the squash at 400 degrees. Seasoned with salt, cayenne pepper tossed in EVOO for 35 minutes. Tossed the kale in garlic EVOO, mixed in spinach, tomatoes. Store bought roasted rep pepper hummus from Trader Joe’s and sliced avocado sprinkled with cayenne pepper. Dressing of choice. I used pear vinaigrette from Trader Joe’s.
Our 90 Day Challenge begins March 3rd. Thank you to everyone who is joining us. I’m happy to say that I’m finally at a weight and size that I love so I will be using the Challenge to tighten, tone, and firm. I will continue to use It Works products throughout my journey. I challenge you to check them out. See what works for you and how you can benefit from a lifestyle change even after the 90 days. Inbox me for a consultation and I will recommend everything you need to get started based on your goals. NO risk. Just a healthier you! The pic on the right is me today February 25, 2014. Looking forward to my summertime fine after pic in 90 days.