(repost from AHA)
Healthy For Good™
Healthy For Good™ is the new movement to inspire all Americans to live healthier lives and create lasting change. It focuses on the simple idea that making small, incremental changes today can create a difference for generations to come.
The movement is built on four pillars: Eat smart. Add color. Move more. Be well.
This mantra breaks down the essential principles of true whole-body health – eating healthy, including adding more colorful fruits and veggies; being more physically active; and creating an overall healthy lifestyle including sleep, mindfulness, stress management, mental health, social connection, and more.
Healthy eating starts with food choices. You don’t need to be a chef to create nutritious, heart-healthy meals your family will love. Find delicious, simple, affordable recipes, videos and articles on simple cooking here!
How to Eat Healthy without Dieting
Eating healthier can help reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke and other diseases. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be hard or require you to give up all the foods you love. It’s about making smart choices to build an overall healthy dietary pattern.
Voices for Healthy Kids
Every child should have healthy foods and drinks at home and in school, safe streets for biking and walking, and places to play after school. We are working to ensure that the places where children live, learn, and play make it easy and enjoyable for them to eat healthy foods and be active. Learn more.
Register for a Spring Heart Walk
Is there a spring Heart Walk near you? When you join Heart Walk, you join more than a million people in hundreds of cities across America in taking a stand against heart disease and helping save lives. Walk with friends, family, coworkers and other community members you’ll bond with along the way. Any way you choose to do it, your heart will thank you! Find a Heart Walk here.
Life is Why We Give
Millions of Americans live with heart disease, stroke or a cardiovascular condition. Your donation will help us save and improve their lives with research, education and emergency care.