Heart Healthy by WakeMed – Preview
Heart Healthy tips throughout the Flavor, NC website are brought to you by our website sponsor, WakeMed Heart Center. Please visit the WakeMed Heart Center website for more information about living Heart Healthy.
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So, what does it mean to be heart healthy? It’s about living a lifestyle that provides you with a healthy heart. It’s about making choices to reduce your risk factors for getting heart disease and living a richer, fuller and healthier life. Click here to explore more, and check the links below for a variety of topics pertaining to a Heart Healthy lifestyle!
Heart Healthy Articles by WakeMed
- Bitter is Better
- Blueberry Recipes for Summer
- DASH Your Way to Better Health
- Debunking Detox Diets
- Debunking Myths about Vegetarian Eating
- Eat a Rainbow
- Healthier Summer Vegetable and Fruit Grill Recipes
- High Fructose Corn Syrup Versus Sugar
- Kitchen Makeover Blog Series
- Mediterranean Diet Basics
- Recipe for a Healthier Potluck
WakeMed Heart Center
Exceptional people. Exceptional care.
WakeMed is a leader in heart and vascular care in North Carolina as well as the nation. As a leading regional cardiac referral center, our cardiologists, electrophysiologists, vascular specialists and cardiothoracic surgeons perform more than 21,000 procedures a year using the latest technology and research advancements.
Our specially trained staff of nurses, therapists, technologists, dietitians and pharmacists supports these physicians in providing exceptional patient care. Patients come from all 100 North Carolina counties, and out of state, to access the WakeMed Heart Center’s diagnostic and treatment procedures.
For more information about the WakeMed Heart Center and its services offered, visit http://www.wakemed.org/hearts
All information on the Heart Healthy by WakeMed portion of the Flavor, NC website is for informational purposes only. The information should not be used in place of a consultation with your physician or other health care provider. You should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider prior to starting any new treatment or with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Click here for more information about WakeMed’s copyright, disclaimer and privacy statements.