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The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association Shoots Straight for the Heart
Date:2/3/2009

. But again, moderation is the key (one glass per day for women, no more than two glasses per day for men) and if you do not already drink alcohol, then you should not start now just for the health benefit.
  • On Valentine's Day, serve a breakfast of hot oatmeal or another whole grains/high fiber cereal and top it with berries. High fiber foods help to lower cholesterol and berries are another good source of antioxidants. Then make this healthy breakfast part of a regular routine several days a week rather than the bagel or doughnut.
  • Finally, don't forget the fresh fruit and vegetable basket. Use carrots, celery or fruit as snacks and get rid of the chips and cookies. Instead of "breaking bread" with family or friends, find time to sit for a few minutes and visit while snacking on an apple or some melon.
  • Consumer goods:

    • Buy yourself and your Valentine a good pair of walking shoes. And then put them to use. Make a regular date and walk together several times a week. And it's okay to occasionally reward yourself with a treat or sweet for sticking to your diet and exercise regimen.
    • Complying with a doctor's order to take drugs to control blood pressure, cholesterol, irregular heart beats and other cardiac conditions is an important part of good heart health. Buy yourself or your loved one a weekly pill container so that medications and doses can be tracked. And set a daily alarm on your cell phone or PDA as a back-up reminder to take your meds.
    • Does your Valentine smoke? Some nicotine gum or nicotine patches along with your love and moral support may help to kick that bad habit! And is a great gift from and for the heart.

    Other ways to show you care:


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