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Heart-Healthy Meals

Feb 2012
This month’s meal plan features Valentine’s Day-worthy cuisine. Find heart-healthy foods and recipes to enjoy with your loved ones.

Nutrition Information for the Meal Plan

  • Calories 1630
  • Carbohydrate 197 g
  • Protein 98 g
  • Fat 57 g
  • Saturated Fat 12.7 g
  • Cholesterol 142 mg
  • Sodium 1755 mg
  • Dietary Fiber 38 g

Photo: Avocado-Cucumber Dip from Diabetes & Heart-Healthy Meals for Two; PNC Photography; Photographer: Peter Papoulakos

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Bonus Dessert Recipe

Our Lemony Fruit Cups are a fresh, sweet dessert, perfect for Valentine's Day - because you deserve a treat on special occasions!

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Learn about the nutrition guidelines we follow to create our one-day meal plans.

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