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Cool Site: Healthy Fridge

Posted By On November 15, 2005 @ 4:29 PM In Cool Sites | No Comments

Healthy Fridge [1]

One of the big health concerns facing people right now is heart disease. This site is devoted to providing heart healthy tips for you and you family. Navigation is pretty simple. There are buttons near the top of the page that break the site down into four sections. Under those there are two more links the What’s New and Search sections.

The Healthy Fridge has 10 tips to a heart healthy refrigerator, the site FAQ, Meet the Doctor, and “Open the Door to a Healthy Heart.” The tips had great suggestions for organizing your fridge so you eat better, and the FAQ had great information.

Good Nutrition has a quiz to test your knowledge of “Sat Fat”, recipes for both kids and adults, a section on Women’s eating habits, and so much more. This section is all about good nutrition, and how you can start eating well if you don’t already.

Heart of the Matter has all you need to know about heart disease. This section talks about cholesterol and how to count it. It also has a calculator for your risk of heart disease. You need to know your Total Cholesterol, HDL Cholesterol, and Systolic Blood Pressure to use the calculator. Don’t you deserve to know the facts about heart disease?

In the Just for Kids section, you can make sure your kids learn to eat heart smart early on. Here they can check out recipes, take a quiz, play with a word search, and learn the facts about children and heart disease.

This is a great site for the whole family; it teaches us all about heart disease and healthier eating. It even has great tips on how to better shop for, plan for, and make heart healthy meals. I’d say it’s definitely worth checking out.

http://www.healthyfridge.org/ [1]

~ Amanda


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