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February is Heart Month and the 10th anniversary of the Go Red For Women movement. Undoubtedly thousands of lives have been saved because of Go Red, and still, heart disease is the #1 killer of women. With contributing factors like obesity, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, we have the ability to reduce our risk for heart disease, if we're willing to make a few lifestyle changes. Losing weight, reducing sodium intake and eating less fatty foods are some key changes in the fight against heart disease. But when the 3rd day of Heart Month - Super Bowl Sunday - is the 2nd largest food consumption day in the U.S., well, the changes may be a challenge.
So I thought I'd share a few tips I've seen about how to makeover your Super Bowl party spread so it's a little more heart-healthy, while still being plenty taste-pleasing.
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