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Eating healthy with Glory Foods Sensibly Seasoned vegetables!

March 21, 2012

This February, celebrate American Heart Month by learning more about the importance of a heart-healthy diet!Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the United States?A healthy lifestyle is a key factor for staying healthy and preventing heart disease. One of the most important things you can do today to reduce your risk of developing heart disease is consume healthier foods. Experts say that eating a heart-healthy diet can reduce your risk of heart disease or stroke by 80 percent.Of all the possible improvements you can make to your diet, limiting saturated and trans fats and eating foods low in sodium are perhaps the most important.Several southern staples like vegetables, peas and legumes have pronounced health benefits and can still be enjoyed when prepared the right way.Glory Foods Sensibly Seasoned product line includes 10 different varieties of greens, peas, beans and other delicious vegetables, all which meet the American Heart Association’s food criteria for saturated fat and cholesterol for healthy people over age two.All-natural, they contain 50 percent lower sodium levels, no meat and no MSG, and still pack tons of home made flavor, just like you grew up with! Sensibly Seasoned products, like our Seasoned Black-eye Peas and Collard Greens, allows consumers to include delicious beans and greens in their diet without sacrificing their heart’s health.So let American Heart Month be the start of your journey to a healthier you! Just look for Glory Foods products with the Heart-Check mark on the front!

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