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The American Heart Associations Diet and Lifestyle Recommendations
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How the Heart-Check Food Certification Program Works
Heart-Check Food Certification Program Nutrition Requirements
Heart-Check Meal Certification Program (Foodservice)
Heart-Check Recipe Certification Program Nutrition Requirements
Heart-Check Meal Certification Program Nutrition Requirements
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American Heart Association Recommendations for Physical Activity in Adults
Food as Fuel – Before, During and After Workouts
Moderate to Vigorous – What is your level of intensity?
When is the best time of day to work out?
Physical activity improves quality of life
Getting Started – Tips for Long-term Exercise Success
Get Moving: Easy Tips to Get Active!
No time for exercise? Try our Top 10 Tips to get more!
5 Steps to Loving Exercise … Or At Least Not Hating It
Create Your Own Circuit Workout at Home
Dont Work Out Alone – Fitness Peer Support
Step It Up – Tips to Pump Up Your Workout
Preventing Injury During Your Workout
Wearing the Right Shoes for Walking
Walk, Dont Run, Your Way to a Healthy Heart
Is Childhood Obesity an Issue in Your Home?
Addressing your Childs Weight at the Doctor
Preventing Childhood Obesity: Tips for Parents and Caretakers
Obesity in Infants and Preschoolers Infographic
Dietary Recommendations for Healthy Children
Top 10 Tips to Help Children Develop Healthy Habits
6 Simple Steps for Your Whole Family to be Heart Healthy
Top 10 Tips for Dealing With a Picky Eater
The AHAs Recommendations for Physical Activity in Children
Get Active with our Healthy Challenge Scavenger Hunt
Tips to Keep in Mind for Physical Activity
5 Ways that Play can Change your Day
Keep your heart healthy with Lifes Simple 7 for Kids
Hey Kids, Dont Smoke, Use Smokeless Tobacco, or Nicotine Products
Hey Kids, Run, Walk and Play Every Day
Hey Kids, Keep Your Blood Pressure Healthy
Hey Kids, Learn About Blood Sugar and Diabetes
Body Mass Index In Adults (BMI Calculator for Adults)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about BMI
Recognizing Roadblocks in Weight Loss
Extreme Obesity, And What You Can Do
Understanding the American Obesity Epidemic
Smoking: Do you really know the risks?
Medicines That Can Help You Quit Smoking
Smoke-free Living: Benefits & Milestones
How Can I Avoid Weight Gain When I Stop Smoking?
No-Smoking Confidence Assessment and Tips
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Quitting Smoking
Tips for Friends and Family of Quitters
Workplace Health Achievement Recognitions
Workplace Health Achievement Index Recognition & Awards
Workplace Health Achievement Index Resources
Workplace Health Solutions How It Works
Healthy Workplace Food and Beverage Toolkit
With the holidays fast approaching, you might be frantically brainstorming ideas for holiday presents. Here are a few heart healthy options to consider! These ideas would make for great stocking stuffers, office holiday gift exchange, or even a friendly present.
The holidays can be stressful so why not include a stress ball so your family and friends can work their arm muscles instead of turning to the candy jar to relieve stress.
This is a great item to have around the house. When your kids go outside to run off steam, join them and jump a little rope while you watch them jump and play in the fall leaves.
Apples, oranges and grapefruits make for very healthy presents. Just make sure they dont get squished and give them in a timely manner so they are nice and fresh when the recipient receives them!
Everyone loves to sing loudly and dance around their house when no one is looking. Why not give your friends and loved ones their favorite CD and let them burn off those holiday calories while they have their own mini dance party!
When the weather changes and the temperature drops people tend to stay indoors more and therefore get less exercise. Give your co-workers a new hat, a scarf and a pair of gloves and that gives them no excuse to take a walk around the block and admire their neighbors holiday decorations.
This nifty little tool helps you count the number of steps you take in a day. What a great way to get the office together and get somephysical activityduring lunch!
Do you have a lot of healthy recipes you love? Why not share the wealth. Pre-made or hand-made recipe cards with hand writtenhealthy recipesare a heart-felt gift for all.
. Staying along with the share the wealth idea, check out theAmerican Heart Associations variety of cookbooks. Choose one that best suits your recipient. Whether theyre cooking for one, cooking for a family with kids, or looking for a quick and healthy meal, AHA offers a wide array of cookbooks.
Stress is not good for anyones health and the holidays are typically a stressful time of the year. Give your friends and loved ones a relaxation kit. Maybe include a few candles, maybe some incense, soaps, or a CD with soothing music.
Maybe give them a day pass to a museum; they can enjoy the art while enjoying a nice warm escape from the cold and a bonus they get in some physical activity! How about giving them some new supplies to paint or a gift card to a craft/art store so they can buy their own.
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