Cardiac College’s Health Eating
Presented through a $250,000 collaborative partnership withLongo’sCardiac College’s Health Eating offers nutrition videos that help educate people on how to shop for and prepare heart healthy food.
With today’s busy work and family schedules, it is important to stay well and include easy, heart-healthy recipes in your meal plans. To help, Toronto Rehab’s Cardiac College - an online cardiac rehabilitation and prevention program - recently launched its newly updated Healthy Eating module with online recipes, video cooking instructions and guides for healthy and flavourful eating.


"What we eat has a profound effect on the risk of heart disease and control of risk factors such as blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes," explains Dr. Paul Oh, Medical Director of the Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Program at Toronto Rehab.

In photo from the Longo's Family Charitable Foundation (l-r): Sabrina Iuglio, Mitch Yeatman, Jacilyn Yeatman,  Rosanne Longo, Thomas Longo, Justin Longo
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