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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) is an educational program
jointly sponsored with the American Heart Association (AHA). The
course is designed to teach an evidence-based approach to
resuscitation of the newborn to hospital staff who care for
newborns at the time of delivery. Since the inception of the NRP in
1987, over 3 million individuals in the United States and
internationally have been trained and the program has been
translated into over 30 languages. Significantly revised and
updated, the new seventh edition reflects the 2015 AAP/AHA
Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency
Cardiovascular Care of the Neonate. Two new chapters have been
added, covering post-resuscitation care and preparing for
resuscitation.evised American Academy of Pediatrics/American Heart
Association guidelines for neonatal resuscitation and the emergency
cardiovascular care. With 140 new colour photographs replacing most
of the line drawings in the previous edition, this powerful
resource for interactive, simulation-based teaching and learning is
better than ever.
If homemade meals at your house are being replaced by fat-filled takeout or microwaveables in front of the TV, you'll want American Heart Association Meals in Minutes on your cookbook shelf. More than 200 delicious low-fat, low-cholesterol recipes nourish your appetite for good food while respecting your hectic schedule. Whether you're balancing work and family, putting in overtime at the office, or simply wanting to restore the joys of home cooking to your table, here are terrific dishes you can put together without a lot of fuss and bother--and in 20 minutes or less.
With everything from appetizers, snacks, soups, salads, and sandwiches to main courses (including plenty of vegetarian options), vegetables, breads, breakfast dishes, and of course desserts, the emphasis is on ease of preparation and great taste. You can prepare many of these dishes with ingredients you probably already have on hand, making mealtime even more stress-free. In addition to one-dish and microwaveable recipes, there are four special "super saver" recipe types for when you're extra rushed to get dinner on the table. "New Classics" are basic main dishes that will become your new standbys, ready to dress up or down as you see fit. "Planned-Overs" are recipe "twofers" that use last night's leftovers in a creative new way for tonight's meal. "Shopping Cart" recipes require no more than six common ingredients and get you in and out of the kitchen in no time. "Express-ipes" are the quickest of the quick, taking merely 25 minutes or less for all the preparation and all the cooking.
Tempting dishes include:Stacked Mushroom NachosMini Cinnamon StackupsPortobello Pizza with Peppery GreensChicken Fajita Pasta with Chipotle Alfredo SauceScallops ProvençalBroccoli with Sweet-and-Sour Tangerine SauceChocolate Hazelnut Angel Food Cake with BananasDevil's Food Cake with Caramel DrizzlesNo-Chop StewBlue Cheese Beef and FriesTurkey PotstickersLemongrass Chicken with Snow Peas and Jasmine RiceGreen and Petite Pea Salad with FetaPasta Frittata
From the Hardcover edition.
“THE RECIPES WILL CONVINCE EVEN SKEPTICS THAT LOW-FAT FOODS CAN TASTE FANTASTIC. . . . Only you have the power to change your diet, reduce the amount of fat it contains and eat heathfully. . . . Get started without sacrificing taste, convenience, and pleasure.”
–Daily News (New York)
Jam-packed with 150 new recipes–dishes that reflect the way Americans cook and eat today–The New American Heart Association Cookbook is a revolution in healthful cooking. The fabulous recipes inside prove you can eat deliciously for a healthier heart and a trimmer waistline. To name just a few there are Roasted-Pepper Hummus, Picante Shrimp with Broccoli and Snow Peas,
Chipotle Chicken Wraps, Asparagus with Garlic and Parmesan Bread Crumbs, and Angel Food Truffle Torte with Fruit Sauce.
This incredible revision also includes:
• Cook’s tips that speed up cooking, explain techniques or ingredients, or add a special finishing touch
• Suggestions on how to shop for, store, and cook food healthfully–and tips on decoding food labels and manufacturers’ claims
• A complete nutritional analysis for each recipe, including saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, calories, fiber, and more
Discover the never-bland world of heart-healthy eating with The New American Heart Association Cookbook.
Convenience and eating healthfully "can" go hand in hand, and with
the "American Heart Association""Quick & Easy Cookbook, 2nd
Edition," you can spend less time in the kitchen and still achieve
great results at the table.
This revised and expanded edition of the classic cookbook includes
more than 200 speedy dishes, of which 60 are brand new. Prep and
cooking times are provided for all recipes, so you'll know how much
time you'll need in the kitchen. And rest assured, no dish takes
longer than 20 minutes to prepare, and many recipes can be made in
30 minutes from start to finish.
In fewer than 10 minutes, you can start your day with Confetti
Scrambler or Mandarin Breakfast Parfaits. No one will guess you
whipped up dinner in 20 minutes when you serve Chicken with
Tarragon Oil, Baked Tilapia with Pineapple Reduction, or Beef
Tenderloin on Herbed White Beans. When meals are this simple and
good for you, even appetizers, snacks, sides, and desserts can be
on the docket. You'll find recipes for Homemade Corn Tortilla
Chips, Edamame Salsa, Warm Chicken and Papaya Salad, Citrus Kale
with Dried Cranberries, Chocolate-Banana Mini Cupcakes, Grilled
Peaches with Almond Liqueur, and much more
Make the most of your time in the kitchen and in the grocery store
with helpful tools such as:
- Meal-planning strategies, including a sample dinner plan and a
chart template to
customize your own meals week-by-week
- Guidelines for maximizing nutritious foods and minimizing
- Shopping strategies, including lists of health-smart
- Tips on organizing your kitchen for the greatest efficiency
- Quick-cooking techniques and short prep tricks
With this new edition of one of the American Heart Association's
first and most popular cookbooks, you'll have a resource right at
your fingertips for making your own quick and easy meals that will
offer you fast, healthy food.
By now, you've heard of (and maybe tried) them all: the low-carb
diet, the grapefruit diet, the miracle diet . . . the list goes on
and on. Fad diets may promise a quick fix, but few deliver lasting
results. If you're like millions of other Americans, you're still
struggling to lose weight and get in shape--without harming your
long-term health in the process.
It's time to leave behind the one-size-fits-all approach to
dieting. Now, the American Heart Association, the nation's most
trusted authority on heart-healthy living, introduces its
first-ever comprehensive weight-loss book. "No-Fad Diet" helps you
create a personalized plan to lose weight in a healthful way. After
a simple assessment of your current habits, you choose the eating
and exercise strategies that best fit your needs. You'll learn how
to set realistic goals, eat well to lose extra pounds safely, and
add physical activity to keep the weight off for good.
This book offers more than 190 delicious, all-new recipes,
including Cream of Triple-Mushroom Soup, Tilapia Cham-pignon,
Chicken Pot Pie, Pumpkin-Cranberry Pancakes, and Vanilla Souffle
with Brandy-Plum Sauce. You'll also find two weeks of sample menus,
guidelines for meal planning, useful tips on dining out and food
shopping, and sound advice for staying on track to reach your
If you're fed up with fads and want a diet that can provide a
lifetime of effective weight control, "No-Fad Diet" is the book for
Tired of losing weight and gaining it back?
Sick of fad diets and gimmicks?
Frustrated by crazy food restrictions?
Try the "No-Fad Diet "
What's the only effective way to lose weight and keep it off? It's
simple: Calories in must be less than calories out. But since the
factors that contribute to this not-so-magic formula are different
for everyone, a one-size diet plan does not fit all.
The "No-Fad Diet" includes:
-Tips on turning negative thinking into positive rewards
-Simple quizzes to find the approach that's best for you
-Diary pages to record and monitor your eating and activity habits
-Strategies to reduce calories and increase your activity levels
-Guidelines to help you prepare your own nutritious meals
-More than 190 delicious and healthful recipes
-Techniques to maintain your momentum
The weight-loss strategies in this book are based on reliable
scientific research and are backed by respected medical
professionals. The American Heart Association has the information
you can trust.
Also available as a Random House Large Print Edition
"From the Hardcover edition."
Whether you have heart-health problems now or want to avoid having
them in the future, keeping your sodium intake low is one of the
best ways to help your heart. In this revised and expanded fourth
edition of the "American Heart Association Low-Salt Cookbook, " the
association shows that a low-sodium diet can be not only good for
your health but also full of flavor.
Including everything from appetizers and soups to entrees and
desserts, "American Heart Association Low-Salt Cookbook, 4th
Edition, " offers more than 200 delicious low-sodium recipes--more
than 50 of them brand-new to this edition. Whether you are in the
mood for a beloved classic or a new favorite, you will find just
the dish to please your palate.
Looking for a less salty snack? Try Baked Veggie Chips served with
Hot and Smoky Chipotle-Garlic Dip. Craving something hearty and
full of flavor? Slow-Cooker Moroccan Chicken with Orange Couscous
is an ideal low-sodium fix-it-and-forget-it meal. For a
Sunday-night family dinner, try Three-Cheese Lasagna with Swiss
Chard. And for your sweet tooth? Whip up Peach and Blueberry
Cobbler or Rice Pudding with Caramelized Bananas for a special
With this book in hand, you'll be armed with nutrition numbers for
every recipe and the latest American Heart Association dietary
information, as well as the how-tos for avoiding hidden sodium,
shopping smart, and using healthy cooking techniques. You'll also
find useful resources such as a sodium tracker, a no-sodium
seasoning guide, a list of common high-sodium foods, ingredient
substitutions, and serving suggestions for each of the food groups.
"From the Hardcover edition."
Walk your Way to Health and Well-Being
Regardless of your level of fitness, you can improve your
cardiovascular health, weight control, stress management, and
overall well-being through a simple walking program. In the
American Heart Association's "Healthy Heart Walking CD, " the
leading crusader in the fight against heart disease and stroke
presents two complete walking workouts to help you get started.
Designed to be listened to again and again, whenever you have time
for a half-hour fitness walk, "The Healthy Heart Walking CD"
- A 30-minute beginner's walk
- A 30-minute intermediate walk -- for walkers ready for a faster
- Original music written exactly to American Heart
- Easy-to-do stretches and a diary in an illustrated booklet
Simulates a realistic delivery room setting during your NRP
training courses with the all-new NRP Instrument Panel Poster -
featuring images of a manometer, oxygen blender, pulse oximeter,
This powerful resource for interactive, simulation-based teaching
and learning, has been updated to a seventh edition to reflect the
latest 2015 AAP/AHA Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
and Emergency Cardiovascular Care of the Neonate. Two new chapters
have been added, covering post-resuscitation care and preparing for
resuscitation. 140 new full-colour photographs replace most of the
line drawings in the previous edition.
Are you stressed out over how to feed your family a nutritious meal
at the end of a long, busy day without turning to convenience foods
or the drive-through? Now, the nation's most trusted authority on
heart-healthy living presents a cookbook bursting with nourishing,
flavorful recipes to please the palates of family members of "all"
ages. Since the main dish is usually the starting point of meal
planning, more than half the recipes in this book are for entrees.
Here's how they're organized:
- Everyday Dinners
- Busy Nights
- Cook Once, Eat Twice
To help you incorporate additional vegetables, fruits, and grains
into your family's diet, we've included Make It a Meal, a special
feature that suggests accompaniments-salads and soups, vegetable
and grain side dishes, and even desserts-for many of the main
"From the Hardcover edition."
Take care of your heart and it will take care of you Let the
American Heart Association show you how -- in this complete,
up-to-the-minute owner's manual from the country's most respected
authority on the heart. No matter what your year, make, or model --
male, female, young, or old -- here is everything you need to know.
Learn how to:
- Evaluate your personal risk factors
- Recognize signs and symptoms of heart disease and stroke --
what they are, what they mean, what to do
- Fuel up on heart-healthy nutrition and keep your motor humming
with physical activity
- Clear the air and stop smoking for good
- Eliminate excess weight with a low-fat, low-calorie eating plan
- Manage emotions that may be damaging your health
- Seek emergency help -- when, where, and how.
Discover what to do in the event of an emergency, how to be a good
medical consumer, what to expect from diagnostic and treatment
procedures, and more. Develop the habits of heart-healthy behavior
with the book that could save your life.
Quick, one-stop guide to neonatal resuscitation steps.
This all-new health guide from the American Heart Association, the
most trusted source on cardiovascular health, makes living a low-
sodium lifestyle more achievable than ever before. Given the
association's recommendation that Americans should reduce their
daily sodium intake by half to 1,500 milligrams, going low- sodium
can seem daunting at best, but this user-friendly book makes it
both possible and practical. With up-to-date health information,
real-life strategies, and 60 low-sodium recipes for popular high-
sodium foods, American Heart Association Eat Less Salt provides a
complete toolkit for adopting a low-sodium lifestyle one step at a
time. Everyone can benefit from eating less salt: Millions of
Americans (including 97 percent of children) consume far more
sodium than they need, averaging about 3,400 milligrams of sodium a
day, or seven times what the body needs to function. Current
statistics say that nine out of ten Americans will develop high
blood pressure at some time in their lives. The higher the sodium
intake, the greater the risk for high blood pressure and its
potentially deadly effects, including heart attack and stroke. To
address that risk, here is guidance on how to cut back on sodium
and make the lifestyle adjustments that can prevent or reduce high
blood pressure. In American Heart Association Eat Less Salt, you
will find realistic strategies and approaches for achieving your
low-sodium goals. Features include: -An action plan for small
incremental changes -Easy-to-understand charts for targeting
high-sodium foods both at home and when eating out -Tips for
staying focused on eating well -Information on deciphering food
labels -60 recipes for low-sodium favorites. American Heart
Association Eat Less Salt shows you how to gradually reduce your
dietary sodium without feeling deprived.
Dedicated to healthy eating, the American Heart Association has
always provided readers with delicious ways to reduce their sodium
intake- without sacrificing taste. Now it offers a completely
revised and updated edition of the must-have cookbook for anyone
trying to decrease the salt in his or her diet. Encompassing
everything from appetizers and soups to entrees and desserts, this
is a wonderful collection of more two hundred may start with Hot
and Smoky Chipolte-Garlic Dip, move on to Grilled Pork Medallions
with Apple Cider Sauce or maybe the Cajun Snapper, and finish with
a decadent-tasting Denver Chocolate Pudding Cake.
Each of the mouth-watering dishes, including fifty brand-new ones,
includes a nutrient analysis. The book also provides the latest
dietary information and tips on substituting ingredients, avoiding
hidden sodium, and dining out while sticking to your low-sodium
plan. It shows you how to accomplish your goals-and proves how
stylish and flavorful eating heart-healthy can be!
Diabetes puts people at a very high risk of having a heart attack
or stroke. To address this problem, the American Heart Association
and the American Diabetes Association created a heart-healthy
cookbook for people with diabetes. Now, it's back in an all-new and
expanded edition, including new recipes, twists on previous
favorites, updated meal planning advice, and a beautiful new
design. It's truly a one-of-a-kind cookbook packed with delicious
recipes people will genuinely enjoy Every recipe is low fat, carb
controlled, and sodium conscious. Most importantly, every recipe
Recipes include everything from appetizers and breakfasts to
dinners and desserts. With cardiovascular disease ranking number
one on the list of diabetes-related complications, this is the
must-have cookbook for anyone who wants to pump up his or her heart
health And it's great for those with prediabetes or people just
looking to eat heart-healthier, too.
The original "Diabetes and Heart Healthy Cookbook" was a bestseller
and a reader favorite. With new and updated recipes and an all-new
look, this new edition is better than ever.
Maybe you want to control your weight, combat high cholesterol, or fight heart disease. Perhaps your doctor suggested a low fat diet, or perhaps you just know you should eat better. Whatever your reason, this is the cookbook to get you moving in the right direction. The good news is that eating more healthfully isn’t boring anymore; it means bringing taste, fun, and variety to what you eat. And The American Heart Association Low-Fat, Low-Cholesterol Cookbook, a treasure trove of nearly 200 recipes, is proof. From tempting appetizers like Crab Spring Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce to amazing main courses like Peppery Beef with Blue Cheese Sauce and luscious desserts like Sugar-Dusted Mocha Brownies, the appealing recipes and sound science in this book make healthful eating easy.
With the new American Heart Association dietary guidelines and all the latest information on cholesterol, this book is an invaluable reference for the health-conscious consumer. It tells in simple terms how cholesterol affects the body, differentiates between “good” and “bad” cholesterol, and discusses cholesterol-lowering drugs. Eating the American Heart Association way is sensible, healthful, and delicious.
Twice as tasty . . . but with half the ingredients People with
diabetes want heart-healthy recipes, since heart disease strikes
people with diabetes twice as often as the rest of the population.
But they also want recipes that taste great. In "Diabetes &
Heart Healthy Meals for Two, " the two largest health associations
in America team up to provide recipes that are simple, flavorful,
and perfect for people with diabetes who are worried about
improving or maintaining their cardiovascular health. A follow-up
to "Diabetes & Heart Healthy Cookbook, " published in 2006,
this newest collaboration from the American Diabetes Association
and the American Heart Association focuses on meals with only two
servings. Because so many adults with diabetes are older,
two-serving meals are perfect for those without children in the
house--or even those living alone who want to keep leftovers to a
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