Free Nutrition Coaching for Members

FREE heart-smart nutrition coaching, paid for by your health plan.

Posted 02/19/24
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Nutrition for Heart Health

This American Heart Month, schedule a FREE, 1-hour nutrition coaching visit that's paid for by your health plan, and get extra support for better heart health.

Whether you struggle with cholesterol or blood pressure issues, or you've had a heart event, a Foodsmart nutrition coach can help you make affordable, heart-healthy food choices to keep your ticker in tip-top shape.

Ask about our Heart-Smart Nutrition Program when you meet.

Earn a $25 in FREE Grocery Money!

Earn a $25 grocery gift certificate when you complete your first visit with a Foodsmart nutrition coach, plus an extra $15 for each follow-up visit completed! Call 1-888-837-5325 or click the Schedule Now button below to learn more.

Schedule Now

Right now, you can also enter a drawing for a $100 grocery gift card. Just follow these simple steps:

  • Schedule a nutrition coaching visit using code HEALTHY24
  • Meet with your nutrition coach by 03/31/24
  • See full contest terms for details

healthcare center iconDietician Tip

Include heart-healthy foods into your diet to help lower blood pressure, improve cholesterol, and reduce the risk of blood clots.

SWEET POTATOES: Sweet potatoes are a great low-cost, fibrous food to add to your diet. Fiber is helpful for reducing total cholesterol and balancing blood sugar. Enjoy sweet potatoes roasted, mashed or grilled, or simmered into soups and stews.

FROZEN BERRIES: Frozen berries are chock-full of antioxidants which can help lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and inflammation. When frozen fruits and veggies go on sale, they can cost half as much as fresh options. Use frozen berries in smoothies, oatmeal, or thaw to add to salads.

BEANS: Beans are one of the most affordable and nutritious foods around. A half-cup of cooked beans has about 8 grams of protein, not to mention good-for-you fiber. Beans are mild in flavor making them great additions to soups, salads, chili, burritos, and a great base for meatless burgers.