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Heart Healthy Holiday Survival Guide
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The holiday season can be the most wonderful time of the year for many of us, but it can also be a little overwhelming -- you may be slammed with year-end deadlines at work, planning holiday parties, baking your favorite winter treats, traveling to visit family, and decorating your home with twinkling lights and greenery. All of this overload of activity is enough to stress out anybody, let alone a woman who also has heart disease. However, there are many ways that you can de-stress your life so that you can enjoy every moment of the holiday season, while still keeping fit, sticking to your nutrition goals, and staying heart-healthy. Check out the links below for great advice on how to have a happy and healthy holiday!


Heart-healthy advice for reducing stress

How to enjoy a guilt-free Thanksgiving (or any holiday) dinner

On your mark, get set, substitute! Turn your favorite family recipes into heart-healthy treats

Feeling the burn as the weather cools down: Staying on track with winter exercise

Shorter days, higher cholesterol: As summer ends, keep an eye on those lipids

Celebrate the holiday season! Eat sensibly and healthfully

Cheers to holiday health!


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