Cupid, don’t put away your arrows just yet. Valentine’s Day is over, but it’s still American Heart Month. According to the Center for Disease Control, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., so it’s a good idea to brush up on heart smarts. To combat cardiovascular problems, the CDC recommends physical activity, maintaining healthy blood pressure and cholesterol, and eating sensible portions of heart-friendly foods. We’ve rounded up some delicious recipes that are loaded with whole grains and low in sodium and fat.
These fluffy flapjacks are chock-full of wholesome oats.
Grilled chicken sliders are a healthier take on the beefy classic.
Sweet-and-savory whole-wheat pizzas are dressed up with arugula and pear.
These simple recipes make it easy to whip up heart-healthy fare. Now that’s something to love.