Heart disease is the leading killer of men and women—and claims more lives than all forms of cancer combined. Being diagnosed with cardiovascular disease can also take an emotional toll, affecting your mood, outlook, and quality of life. While weight control and regular exercise are critical for keeping your heart in shape—the food you eat can matter just as much.
In fact, along with other healthy lifestyle choices, a heart-healthy diet may reduce your risk of heart disease or stroke by 80%. By adopting better eating habits, you may be able to lower cholesterol, prevent or manage heart disease and high blood pressure, and take greater control over the quality and length of your life.
This soul warming, low-fat chicken soup is so easy to make. And what better meal to come home to on a chilly evening than a bowl of this comforting, heart soup? Make it in your slow cooker then serve for dinner with crackers or rolls.
Recipe courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens
Total Time: Prep 30 min, 6 hours low or 3 hours high
Yield: 6 servings
Level: Easy Continue reading
Dear Dr. Ashchi,
I am writing to express my deep appreciation to you for the fabulous care that I received during my “Cath Lab” procedure on Friday, November 3, 2017.
The Prep Area:
I was met at the door by staff member Julia, who promptly escorted me to the “prep” room, where I also met staff member Jarrahlee. The prep room was spacious and well equipped, and it had a very comfortable easy chair waiting for me. Both Julia and Jarrahlee stepped outside while I changed into a gown and sipped on a comfortable pair of socks. Continue reading