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April 2016 He@lthline is generously supported by Dairy Farmers of Canada
How experts stay heart healthy
What’s the best thing you can do today for your heart health? Seven Heart and Stroke Foundation researchers reveal their top tips.


Quiz: The dangers of junk food marketing
How vulnerable are your kids to unhealthy junk food ads? Test your knowledge and find out.


Eat well
Eat well
Be active
Be active
Cook healthy foods
Cook healthy foods

On the pulse

Move over quinoa! Pulses are the new superfood of 2016. Our dietitian columnist explains what the buzz is all about – and why you should be eating more of them.

Walk for health

Good workouts don’t have to be gruelling sweat-a-thons. Here’s how walking can help you reach your fitness goals, one step at a time.

Make protein-packed pulses the star of your meal with these heart-healthy recipes.

Banana maple blueberry muffins
Chunky chickpea soup
Spicy lentil zucchini sauce
More recipes

Dairy Farmers of Canada, our partner in health
Dairy Farmers of Canada supports Canadians in eating well. Try these delicious recipes:

•    Carrot lentil soup •    Roasted salmon and broccoli with lemon Parmesan sauce
•    Spiced chia pudding •    Faster-than-takeout chicken and veggie chow mein
Dairy Farmers of Canada - Every Day The Foundation thanks Dairy Farmers of Canada for its generous support.
This is not an endorsement.

News from the heart

  Must-try spring brunch recipes
Brunch is one tradition that's better shared. Treat your guests to a healthy restaurant-style meal with these recipes from our recipe partner,

  Get our new CPR app
Cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere. Download your FREE App and learn three simple steps that could help you save a life. Download the app.

  Free CPR Training at Mercedes-Benz!
Mercedes-Benz Toronto Corporate Stores wants to put the brakes on cardiac arrest. Partnering with the Foundation, they are offering free CPR training at their dealerships this spring and fall. First session: April 24 at the Midtown Toronto location. Register today to learn this life-saving skill.

  Calling all Ontario public servants
Federated Health Charities is a coalition of 16 Ontario-based health charities including the 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
    Heart Disease  |  Stroke  |  Healthy Living  |  Research  |  Volunteer
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