TL Senior LivingGLENMAURASenior Living-How to incorporate more heart-healthy foods into your dietDiet and heart health go handin hand. The American HeartAssociation notes that a healthydiet and lifestyle are the bestweapons to fight cardiovasculardiscases, which the World HealthOrganization says kill more peopleacross the globe cach year than anyother disease.cheese. You can even add fruit orvegetables to such snacks to makesnack time even more heart-healthy,ProteinsHealthy proteins are anotherway people can promote hearthealth with their daily diets. Whenchoosing proteins at the grocerystore, the AHA recommendschoosing chicken and fish over redmeats. That's because red meats,which include beef and lamb, havemore saturated fat than chicken andfish. Saturated fats increase bloodcholesterol levels and can worsenheart disease, while the unsaturatedfats in fish like salmon can actuallyreduce the risk for cardiovascularissues like heart failure andischemic stroke. When preparingpoultry, remove the skin, as most ofthe saturated fat in poultry is foundMen and women do not needdegrees in nutrition science tocreate heart-healthy diets forthemselves and their families. Infact, the familiar calls to "eat yourfruits and vegetables" many adultsrecall from childhood lessons ornights around the family dinnertable still bear wcicht today. A dietthat is rich in fruits and vegetablesis a hallmark of a healthy lifestyle,And supplementing such a dietwith other heart-healthy foods isa great way to reduce one's risk forcardiovascular disease.Fruits and vegetablesThe US. Department of Health then be mixed in with the lean meat,and Human Services notes that fruits and the meal can be cooked as it recommends reading the ingredientsand vegetables are healthy whether normally would. At the breakfast table, list on the package before purchasing.they're fresh, frozen, canned, and/or add fruit to a bowl of cereal to make Make sure whole wheat or anotherdried. The AHA advises eating fruits for a more flavoeful morning meal.and vegetables with every meal andsnack, and that may require a littlecreativity as you sneak them into the DHHS recommends sticking to grain. Instead of preparing white ricefavorite dishes. For example, the AHA fat-free or low fat options. Replace as a side dish, serve brown or wild rice.suggests replacing half the ground whole milk with fat-free or I percent quinoa or oats.meat in recipes for burgers, meatloaf milk and buy only fat-free or low-fator meatballs with cooked chopped cheese. When snacking. reach for fat- and just as flavorful as less healthymushrooms. The mushrooms can be free or low-fat plain yogart or cottage alternatives.fincly chopped with a knife or foodprocessor, and then sautéed in some just beneath the skin.olive oil until they're soft. They canGrainsWhen buying grains, the DHHSwhole grain is the first item listed in theingredients list, and choose only thoseproducts that say 100 percent wholeDairy productsWhen parchasing dairy products,A heart-healthy diet is easy to designGlenmis a senior community offering independentliving, personal care, memory and enhancedcare conveniently located on one site. From themoment you visit our spectacular sceniccommunity, you will know you found theperfect place to live.LivinguraThe gracious interiors at the Glenmauraprovide one with plenty of areas tosocialize with friends. Each common areaserves as an extension of your home. You canrelax in the privacy of your own comfort onthe numerous verandas or finding yourselfcoming to life socializing at the 19th HoleBar. You can choose to read a book in thelibraries or casually take a swim in our indoorheated pool. Our charming dining room hostshome-style cooking and an elegant diningexperience.NOW OPEN!You will experience exceptional care from ourdedicated staff. We provide the assistanceyou need to maintain a rich, full life whileremaining as independent as possible. Ourgoal is to provide the highest of standards,as well as the finest in assisted living with apersonal touch.Our 24-hour assisted living staff is availableto assist with nutrition, bathing. dressing.personal activities and administering ofmedications.Call 570-591-5800 today to learn more!GLENMAURASenior Living11 Glenmaura National Blvd., Moosic, PA 18507 | 570-591-5800 TL Senior Living GLENMAURA Senior Living- How to incorporate more heart-healthy foods into your diet Diet and heart health go hand in hand. The American Heart Association notes that a healthy diet and lifestyle are the best weapons to fight cardiovascular discases, which the World Health Organization says kill more people across the globe cach year than any other disease. cheese. You can even add fruit or vegetables to such snacks to make snack time even more heart-healthy, Proteins Healthy proteins are another way people can promote heart health with their daily diets. When choosing proteins at the grocery store, the AHA recommends choosing chicken and fish over red meats. That's because red meats, which include beef and lamb, have more saturated fat than chicken and fish. Saturated fats increase blood cholesterol levels and can worsen heart disease, while the unsaturated fats in fish like salmon can actually reduce the risk for cardiovascular issues like heart failure and ischemic stroke. When preparing poultry, remove the skin, as most of the saturated fat in poultry is found Men and women do not need degrees in nutrition science to create heart-healthy diets for themselves and their families. In fact, the familiar calls to "eat your fruits and vegetables" many adults recall from childhood lessons or nights around the family dinner table still bear wcicht today. A diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables is a hallmark of a healthy lifestyle, And supplementing such a diet with other heart-healthy foods is a great way to reduce one's risk for cardiovascular disease. Fruits and vegetables The US. Department of Health then be mixed in with the lean meat, and Human Services notes that fruits and the meal can be cooked as it recommends reading the ingredients and vegetables are healthy whether normally would. At the breakfast table, list on the package before purchasing. they're fresh, frozen, canned, and/or add fruit to a bowl of cereal to make Make sure whole wheat or another dried. The AHA advises eating fruits for a more flavoeful morning meal. and vegetables with every meal and snack, and that may require a little creativity as you sneak them into the DHHS recommends sticking to grain. Instead of preparing white rice favorite dishes. For example, the AHA fat-free or low fat options. Replace as a side dish, serve brown or wild rice. suggests replacing half the ground whole milk with fat-free or I percent quinoa or oats. meat in recipes for burgers, meatloaf milk and buy only fat-free or low-fat or meatballs with cooked chopped cheese. When snacking. reach for fat- and just as flavorful as less healthy mushrooms. The mushrooms can be free or low-fat plain yogart or cottage alternatives. fincly chopped with a knife or food processor, and then sautéed in some just beneath the skin. olive oil until they're soft. They can Grains When buying grains, the DHHS whole grain is the first item listed in the ingredients list, and choose only those products that say 100 percent whole Dairy products When parchasing dairy products, A heart-healthy diet is easy to design Glenm is a senior community offering independent living, personal care, memory and enhanced care conveniently located on one site. From the moment you visit our spectacular scenic community, you will know you found the perfect place to live. Living ura The gracious interiors at the Glenmaura provide one with plenty of areas to socialize with friends. Each common area serves as an extension of your home. You can relax in the privacy of your own comfort on the numerous verandas or finding yourself coming to life socializing at the 19th Hole Bar. You can choose to read a book in the libraries or casually take a swim in our indoor heated pool. Our charming dining room hosts home-style cooking and an elegant dining experience. NOW OPEN! You will experience exceptional care from our dedicated staff. We provide the assistance you need to maintain a rich, full life while remaining as independent as possible. Our goal is to provide the highest of standards, as well as the finest in assisted living with a personal touch. Our 24-hour assisted living staff is available to assist with nutrition, bathing. dressing. personal activities and administering of medications. Call 570-591-5800 today to learn more! GLENMAURA Senior Living 11 Glenmaura National Blvd., Moosic, PA 18507 | 570-591-5800

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TL Senior Living GLENMAURA Senior Living- How to incorporate more heart-healthy foods into your diet Diet and heart health go hand in hand. The American Heart Association notes that a healthy diet and lifestyle are the best weapons to fight cardiovascular discases, which the World Health Organization says kill more people across the globe cach year than any other disease. cheese. You can even add fruit or vegetables to such snacks to make snack time even more heart-healthy, Proteins Healthy proteins are another way people can promote heart health with their daily diets. When choosing proteins at the grocery store, the AHA recommends choosing chicken and fish over red meats. That's because red meats, which include beef and lamb, have more saturated fat than chicken and fish. Saturated fats increase blood cholesterol levels and can worsen heart disease, while the unsaturated fats in fish like salmon can actually reduce the risk for cardiovascular issues like heart failure and ischemic stroke. When preparing poultry, remove the skin, as most of the saturated fat in poultry is found Men and women do not need degrees in nutrition science to create heart-healthy diets for themselves and their families. In fact, the familiar calls to "eat your fruits and vegetables" many adults recall from childhood lessons or nights around the family dinner table still bear wcicht today. A diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables is a hallmark of a healthy lifestyle, And supplementing such a diet with other heart-healthy foods is a great way to reduce one's risk for cardiovascular disease. Fruits and vegetables The US. Department of Health then be mixed in with the lean meat, and Human Services notes that fruits and the meal can be cooked as it recommends reading the ingredients and vegetables are healthy whether normally would. At the breakfast table, list on the package before purchasing. they're fresh, frozen, canned, and/or add fruit to a bowl of cereal to make Make sure whole wheat or another dried. The AHA advises eating fruits for a more flavoeful morning meal. and vegetables with every meal and snack, and that may require a little creativity as you sneak them into the DHHS recommends sticking to grain. Instead of preparing white rice favorite dishes. For example, the AHA fat-free or low fat options. Replace as a side dish, serve brown or wild rice. suggests replacing half the ground whole milk with fat-free or I percent quinoa or oats. meat in recipes for burgers, meatloaf milk and buy only fat-free or low-fat or meatballs with cooked chopped cheese. When snacking. reach for fat- and just as flavorful as less healthy mushrooms. The mushrooms can be free or low-fat plain yogart or cottage alternatives. fincly chopped with a knife or food processor, and then sautéed in some just beneath the skin. olive oil until they're soft. They can Grains When buying grains, the DHHS whole grain is the first item listed in the ingredients list, and choose only those products that say 100 percent whole Dairy products When parchasing dairy products, A heart-healthy diet is easy to design Glenm is a senior community offering independent living, personal care, memory and enhanced care conveniently located on one site. From the moment you visit our spectacular scenic community, you will know you found the perfect place to live. Living ura The gracious interiors at the Glenmaura provide one with plenty of areas to socialize with friends. Each common area serves as an extension of your home. You can relax in the privacy of your own comfort on the numerous verandas or finding yourself coming to life socializing at the 19th Hole Bar. You can choose to read a book in the libraries or casually take a swim in our indoor heated pool. Our charming dining room hosts home-style cooking and an elegant dining experience. NOW OPEN! You will experience exceptional care from our dedicated staff. We provide the assistance you need to maintain a rich, full life while remaining as independent as possible. Our goal is to provide the highest of standards, as well as the finest in assisted living with a personal touch. Our 24-hour assisted living staff is available to assist with nutrition, bathing. dressing. personal activities and administering of medications. Call 570-591-5800 today to learn more! GLENMAURA Senior Living 11 Glenmaura National Blvd., Moosic, PA 18507 | 570-591-5800 TL Senior Living GLENMAURA Senior Living- How to incorporate more heart-healthy foods into your diet Diet and heart health go hand in hand. The American Heart Association notes that a healthy diet and lifestyle are the best weapons to fight cardiovascular discases, which the World Health Organization says kill more people across the globe cach year than any other disease. cheese. You can even add fruit or vegetables to such snacks to make snack time even more heart-healthy, Proteins Healthy proteins are another way people can promote heart health with their daily diets. When choosing proteins at the grocery store, the AHA recommends choosing chicken and fish over red meats. That's because red meats, which include beef and lamb, have more saturated fat than chicken and fish. Saturated fats increase blood cholesterol levels and can worsen heart disease, while the unsaturated fats in fish like salmon can actually reduce the risk for cardiovascular issues like heart failure and ischemic stroke. When preparing poultry, remove the skin, as most of the saturated fat in poultry is found Men and women do not need degrees in nutrition science to create heart-healthy diets for themselves and their families. In fact, the familiar calls to "eat your fruits and vegetables" many adults recall from childhood lessons or nights around the family dinner table still bear wcicht today. A diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables is a hallmark of a healthy lifestyle, And supplementing such a diet with other heart-healthy foods is a great way to reduce one's risk for cardiovascular disease. Fruits and vegetables The US. Department of Health then be mixed in with the lean meat, and Human Services notes that fruits and the meal can be cooked as it recommends reading the ingredients and vegetables are healthy whether normally would. At the breakfast table, list on the package before purchasing. they're fresh, frozen, canned, and/or add fruit to a bowl of cereal to make Make sure whole wheat or another dried. The AHA advises eating fruits for a more flavoeful morning meal. and vegetables with every meal and snack, and that may require a little creativity as you sneak them into the DHHS recommends sticking to grain. Instead of preparing white rice favorite dishes. For example, the AHA fat-free or low fat options. Replace as a side dish, serve brown or wild rice. suggests replacing half the ground whole milk with fat-free or I percent quinoa or oats. meat in recipes for burgers, meatloaf milk and buy only fat-free or low-fat or meatballs with cooked chopped cheese. When snacking. reach for fat- and just as flavorful as less healthy mushrooms. The mushrooms can be free or low-fat plain yogart or cottage alternatives. fincly chopped with a knife or food processor, and then sautéed in some just beneath the skin. olive oil until they're soft. They can Grains When buying grains, the DHHS whole grain is the first item listed in the ingredients list, and choose only those products that say 100 percent whole Dairy products When parchasing dairy products, A heart-healthy diet is easy to design Glenm is a senior community offering independent living, personal care, memory and enhanced care conveniently located on one site. From the moment you visit our spectacular scenic community, you will know you found the perfect place to live. Living ura The gracious interiors at the Glenmaura provide one with plenty of areas to socialize with friends. Each common area serves as an extension of your home. You can relax in the privacy of your own comfort on the numerous verandas or finding yourself coming to life socializing at the 19th Hole Bar. You can choose to read a book in the libraries or casually take a swim in our indoor heated pool. Our charming dining room hosts home-style cooking and an elegant dining experience. NOW OPEN! You will experience exceptional care from our dedicated staff. We provide the assistance you need to maintain a rich, full life while remaining as independent as possible. Our goal is to provide the highest of standards, as well as the finest in assisted living with a personal touch. Our 24-hour assisted living staff is available to assist with nutrition, bathing. dressing. personal activities and administering of medications. Call 570-591-5800 today to learn more! GLENMAURA Senior Living 11 Glenmaura National Blvd., Moosic, PA 18507 | 570-591-5800

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