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Squash Soup

Fill up on this delectable soup to shed some pounds. The spicy warmth of ginger deepens and enhances the sweetness of squash and pear in this rich creamy puree. The complex carbs in squash and onion keep you full longer, while the milk’s calcium will help you lose weight.

Fava Bean Soup with Spicy Greens

This super simple, heart-healing soup is based on the humble but astonishing fava bean, famous throughout the Mediterranean for its buttery texture and nutty flavor. You’ll love how it makes the soup so creamy, and your heart will love how this soup reduces heart disease and hypertension, heals damaged arteries and lowers arterial inflammation.

Crab Soup with Grilled Fennel and Onion

This rich creamy soup has a little bit of everything. Meaty crab, smoky charred onion and sweet anise-flavored fennel provide a trinity of flavors that creates a filling and heart healthy soup that is a step above traditional chowders.

Add other veggies such as celery, carrot or sweet corn. Try using diced shrimp or salmon instead of crab. For an extra tang and richness add a dollop of yogurt or sour cream.

Buffalo Stew with Sweet Potatoes and Kidney Beans

It couldn’t get any easier! Throw it all in a pot, go to sleep or work and you end up with an amazing stew that can be thrown in a thermos for lunch or served up with a tossed salad for a delicious dinner that sticks to your ribs and won’t jeopardize your heart health. The bison adds protein and omega-3 oils, the beans add fiber and the sweet potato adds the touch of creamy sweetness that rounds out the whole dish.

Wild Salmon and Onions with Oranges, Almonds and Y...

A Tagine is a traditional Middle Eastern dish that is slow cooked in a clay pot. Here we have a modern version that combines succulent antioxidant-rich onions and heart-healing wild salmon with earthy coriander, cumin and cinnamon to create a dish that is fragrant, healthy and delicious. The orange brings a touch of fresh citrus, the yogurt adds creaminess and the almonds add that nutty crunch that brings the whole dish together.

Grilled Salmon with Squash and Pepita Pesto

A simple but delicious diabetes-healing repast. The rich meaty flavor of the salmon marries beautifully with naturally sweet squash and garlicky pesto. Olive oil, wild salmon, garlic and pumpkin seeds work together to keep your blood sugar under control, lower inflammation and protect your heart, all of which are essential for healing diabetes.

Yellow Split Pea Dip with Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Split peas are a perfect legume to make into a dip because they have a natural sweetness that creates a complex nutty flavor. The extra virgin olive oil adds a layer of silkiness and depth that is amazing and great for your heart. Make sure you use a high quality olive oil for maximum flavor and healing properties. Whip this up in minutes for an impromptu gathering or a weekend movie night with the family. You’ll never have to buy fatty ranch dips or salty pre-made bean dips again when you add this simple recipe to your repertoire.

Try different combinations of flavors in this easy dip like curry powder and turmeric, thyme and a splash of lemon juice or rosemary and roasted garlic.

Grilled Chicken Pineapple Salad with Smoked Almond...

This is a perfect way to use leftover chicken breast from a weekend barbecue. You can also smoke up a big batch of heart-healthy nuts and keep them in an airtight container for up to a week. The sweetness of the pineapple is a perfect complement to smoky nuts and meaty crispy chicken and the spicy sprouts add just the right amount of refreshing crunch.

Fruit, Nut and Coconut Granola

Serve this super easy homemade granola with a dollop of yogurt or a splash of milk and your family will be jumping out of bed in the morning to get to the breakfast table. With a fraction of the fat, sugar and calories of store bought cereal this tasty recipe can be stored for up to a month in an airtight container.

Try other fruit in this like frozen raspberries or strawberries. Using the frozen fruit and drying it yourself when you bake the granola is a great way to avoid added sugars and preservatives that are often added to store-bought dried fruit. Add any ingredients you like such as pepitas, sesame seeds, raisins or chopped dates.

Seafood Bisque for Heart Disease

Clean up your cardio system with this creamy bisque. Smooth and savory, this soup is filled with wild salmon and shrimp. Those two ingredients not only supply heart-healthy omega-3 oils, they also contain the potent antioxidant and heart protector astaxanthin. Dairy from grass-fed animals is also high in omega-3’s.

Salmon Salad with Sweet Peas and Dill over Sproute...

Forget the plain old tuna salad and try this new version loaded with heart-healthy omega-3s, fiber and flavor. The sweet peas are a burst of freshness in your mouth and the Vital Choice Salmon is like no other canned fish you’ve had before. Forget the plain old tuna salad and try this new version loaded with heart-healthy omega-3s, fiber and flavor. The sweet peas are a burst of freshness in your mouth and the Vital Choice Salmon is like no other canned fish you’ve had before.

Garlic Shrimp on Jicama Crostini with Mango Salsa ...

This just might be the most delicious heart-healthy appetizer you’ve ever tried. It will dazzle your guests, while the fruits and vegetables will dazzle your heart with their ability to reduce hypertension, heart disease and stroke. This medley of flavors is different from anything you’ve ever tasted, and guaranteed to please.

Fava Bean Soup with Spicy Greens for Heart Disease

This super simple, heart-healing soup is based on the humble but astonishing fava bean, famous throughout the Mediterranean for its buttery texture and nutty flavor. You’ll love how it makes the soup so creamy, and your heart will love how this soup reduces heart disease and hypertension, heals damaged arteries and lowers arterial inflammation.

Peppy Seafood Bisque

Tired of fatigue? Here’s a delicate, velvety soup that will enchant your tongue and enhance your energy while keeping your belly satisfied for hours. The wild salmon and shrimp help replace vital stores of omega-3 oils which run low in people suffering from fatigue. The yogurt and garlic also reduce stress hormone, which means more energy for you.

Orange Ice with Dark Chocolate Chips

Get your fix of dark chocolate flavor with the classic pairing of orange and chili flakes. The ice is smooth and silky in your mouth while the chocolate chips add a heady burst that will satisfy sweet cravings while healing your heart. Chili flakes add just a touch of heat to get your temperature up and your body energized.

Dilled Halibut with Green Beans and Mushrooms for ...

Ahoy, mateys! Join us for a hearrrrty dinner on the high seas with this dill and mustard-spiked halibut, chock full of arrrtery-saving omega-3 fatty acids. We toss in a few beans for you landlubbers… they have a hidden treasure of heart-lovin’ antioxidants and fiberrrr inside.