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Spring kitchen makeover; painless calorie cuts
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APRIL 2015 He@lthline is generously supported by Dairy Farmers of Canada

    Healthy kitchen makeover

It’s spring cleaning time. Set yourself up for healthier meals and snacking with some simple changes to your kitchen. Bonus: No need to invest in a pricey renovation.


Eat well
Eat well
Be active
Be active
Cook healthy foods
Cook healthy foods
Easy calorie cuts
By Cara Rosenbloom RD

Baby steps can move you a long way toward your health goals. Cutting just 100 calories a day may help you control your weight – and still enjoy your favourite foods. Here’s how to get the most benefits.
Do spot workouts fight fat?
By Lisa DiDomizio, CFP FIS/PTS

You may think that crunches will melt your belly fat away. Or bicep curls will make your arms thin. Truth is, your body just doesn’t work that way. But there are three things you can do to improve your body shape. Read On.
Recipes
Spice up your weeknight dinner menu with these easy recipes.
Turkey sweet potato pita enchiladas
Sauteed steak and zucchini with noodles
Kidney bean meatball soup
More recipes
PLUS:
Rosemary-feta pearl couscous salad
Featured recipe from CanolaInfo.org
Dairy Farmers of Canada, our partner in health
Dairy Farmers of Canada supports Canadians in eating well. Try these delicious recipes:

•  Hearty fish soup with spinach •  Apple cinnamon quinoa porridge
•  Quick Moroccan-spiced chicken •  Anna Olson’s Earl Grey tea pudding
Dairy Farmers of Canada - Every Day The Foundation thanks Dairy Farmers of Canada for its generous support.
This is not an endorsement. www.getenough.ca
News from the heart
  Are you at risk of heart disease and stroke?
Find out by taking the free, online Heart&Stroke Risk Assessment. You’ll receive a personalized report plus tips to help you get started on healthy changes. The Risk Assessment is generously supported by Desjardins Insurance. Try it today.

 

Get heart healthy
Find topical info and lifestyle advice in Heart Health, a new e-magazine created by The Globe and Mail’s Custom Content Group in co-operation with The Heart and Stroke Foundation and Desjardins Insurance. Check it out.

 

Calling all Ontario public servants
Federated Health Charities is a coalition of 16 Ontario-based health charities including the Heart and Stroke Foundation. If you’re an Ontario public servant, you can donate to support health education and awareness, medical research and client and patient services. Learn more at federatedhealth.ca.

 

Free CPR Training at Mercedes-Benz!
Mercedes-Benz Toronto Corporate Stores wants to put the brakes on cardiac arrest. That’s why they’ve partnered for the third year with the Foundation to offer free CPR training at their corporate stores in Toronto. This hands-on training includes responding to choking and allergic reactions and operating an AED. Register today to learn this life-saving skill with events beginning this month.

 

A sea flavoured Banquet du cœur
Join us on May 12 for the Banquet du cœur, an annual lobster and sushi dinner and rendezvous for business people in the Greater Montreal area. Proceeds fund the Foundation’s life-saving research. Get your ticket today.

 



Spokes for Stroke
Tune up your bike and mark your calendar! Heart&Stroke Spokes for Stroke is set for Sunday, June 14. Cyclists of all ages and skill levels are welcome. Get all the details at spokesforstroke.ca.

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