Heart Health

Heart Health Programs

Weight Loss Roadmap

The Weight Loss Roadmap is the last diet you'll ever need. Why? Because this is not a "diet" in the usual sense. Being able to lose weight, bringing your body to a healthy size and shape, is not about a diet. It's about a lifestyle change. Our roadmap is your complete guide to losing weight and keeping it off, for life.


The DashDietRx™ becomes one of your health solutions when it’s presribed by your doctor..

Exercise: Basic Walking Plan

This walking plan is designed to get you started on the path to improved health and fitness! It’s based on guidelines from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and the National Physical Activity Guidelines. Talk with your doctor today if you've been sedentary for a long time or you have serious health issues. It’s time to take your next step!

21 Days of Mindfulness!

21 Days of Mindfulness helps you jump-start into the power of living in the moment. You learn to let go of the restraints of past and future. This plan is the perfect accompaniment to any lifestyle program, diet, exercise plan, or as a stand-alone course.

Plant-Based Diet

A plant-based diet means that you focus on eating whole, clean, natural foods. You get the healthy benefits of eating foods that are free of chemical processing or genetic modifications. Your food is that way from point of creation to delivery to your plate. By the end of this program, you’ll have greater knowledge of what it means to eat clean. You’ll feel confident as you choose whole foods and reap the health benefits that come with eating plants!

Top Prevention Tips

Follow a Healthy Diet

Eat foods that are high in fiber, and low in saturated fats, trans fats, salt, and added sugars.


Strive for the recommended 2-½ hours of exercise every week!


Manage Stress

Deep breathing and meditation are good ways to relax and manage stress.

Check Your Risk Factors

Follow your doctor's advice for frequent blood pressure checks and regular cholesterol screening.


Heart Health Supplements

Did you know that the leading cause of death among adults in the U.S. is heart disease? As many as 1 in every 4 deaths can be attributed to heart disease!