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Stocking a Heart Healthy Kitchen

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: Which heart healthy foods should you have in your kitchen?
Air Date: 3/10/16
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Angie Murad, Wellness Dietitian at the Healthy Living Program at Mayo Clinic
Angie MuradAngie Murad studied dietetics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed a dietetic internship at the Hines VA Hospital. Angie will be awarded at the end of the month the Emerging Dietetic Leader award from the MN Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Most Valuable Player award from her regional dietetic association.

Angie has a certificate of training in Adult Weight Management and Child and Adolescent Weight Management from the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Angie is also a Certified Personal Trainer

Angie enjoys running and has completed six marathons including the Boston Marathon. In her down time she enjoys spending time with her husband and children ages 13 and 11.



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Stocking a Heart Healthy Kitchen
Having a well-stocked pantry is key to eating healthy.

When you prepare your own meals, you can control portion size and ingredients.

You can also stock your kitchen with foods that are better for your heart and better for your family.

Choose heart-smart cooking oils like canola or olive oil. Use margarine when baking to reduce fat. Remove junk from your cupboards. Stock up on lean foods, produce, legumes, and low-fat dairy.

Wellness Dietitian at the Healthy Living Program at Mayo Clinic, Angie Murad, discusses how to stock a heart healthy kitchen.
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