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NOVEMBER 2014 He@lthline is generously supported by Dairy Farmers of Canada

  Dinner party   Quiz:
Alcohol and your health

Think you know what that glass of wine is doing to your heart health? Test your knowledge with these questions.

Eat well
Eat well
Be active
Be active
Cook healthy foods
Cook healthy foods
Do low-carb diets
work best?

Cara Rosenbloom, RD

When a recent study boosted the low-carb approach, we asked our registered dietitian to check it out. Here’s what she discovered.
A NEAT way to increase your activity
Elisabeth Smitko, HBKin, CPTN-CPS

Want to burn more calories through your day? Our columnist shows you how – without adding more trips to the gym.
Healthy, delicious, and fast – these weeknight dinners also make great leftovers to pack for lunch.
Cobb salad with tangy
citrus dressing
Quinoa cabbage roll soup
Italian spinach baked eggs
and noodles
More recipes
Chicken and mango in
coconut sauce

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

•  Weeknight chicken quinoa stew •  Root vegetable gratin
•  Sweet potato soup with lime •  Cranberry maple lemon rice pudding
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
  Your investment can save lives
Did you know that donating securities is a tax-effective way to support life-saving research? Learn how your gift of stock could help the Foundation improve the health of every Canadian family, every day.

Extreme Pita

Buy a pita, support the Foundation
Join Extreme Pita for the 4th annual National Pita Day! On Nov. 19, $1 from every regular pita sold will be donated to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Guests can also buy a $2 paper heart with proceeds donated to the Foundation.


Does your community need a life-saving AED?
Hockey rinks and recreational facilities across Canada will become safer places thanks to a joint program of the federal government and the Heart and Stroke Foundation that will place 2,000 life-saving automated external defibrillators (AEDs) across Canada. Applications are now open. Learn how to apply.

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