• Get off of the web and into the classroom with these free or low cost classes covering everything from healthful grocery shopping to diet management for high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke recovery.

  • This comprehensive list of website links provides tons of info about heart friendly cooking and the basics of dietary planning for anyone living with a cardiovascular disorder or at-risk of heart attack or stroke.

  • These hints for smart eating don’t just apply to people living with heart disease, but are valuable for anyone looking to make informed choices about the foods they eat in order to live a long and healthy life.

  • This guide to Nutrition Facts is a sort of "who's who's" for your foods.

  • What's in your food? Get up close and personal with what you're eating using this handy guide to understanding food labels.

  • These smart eats for people on the move are perfect for anyone who has places to go.

  • Featuring a recipe of the month, as well as a large selection of dishes for meals and snacks, this resource from the Cleveland Clinic Preventive Cardiology nutrition experts is not to be missed.

  • A comprehensive resource with info about eating to prevent heart disease, food sources of cholesterol and sample menus.

  • The problem with food servings is that they change depending on what you're eating. This video American Heart Association gives some clarity on the matter.

  • This downloadable document from Alberta Health Services is a good resource on the way alcohol affects the body at different ages, with a special focus those of us 65+

  • This list is handy if you're trying to limit sodium in your diet. It's printable, so you can take it along with you to the grocery store.

  • On the search for healthy snacks? This webpage has more than a few ideas.

  • The Mediterranean diet is recommended for people living with heart disease and diabetes, and includes dishes rich in vegetables, seafood, and the 'good' fats found in olive oil, avocado, and sunflower seeds.

  • This video by Hypertension Canada shows you the way that nutritional facts on food packaging can be misleading, and gives you a strategy to avoid getting duped.