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1/19/14 4:07 P

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THANKS I WILL BE DOING THAT

HELLO TO ALL I AM TRYING VERY HARD TO SUCCESS


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1/17/14 1:15 P

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The Heart-Check mark makes it easy to spot heart-healthy foods in the grocery store or when dining out. Simply look for the name of the American Heart Association along with our familiar red heart with a white check mark on the package or menu. But not all red hearts you see are from the American Heart Association; look for the AHA name to be sure.

When you spot the American Heart Associationís Heart-Check mark, you'll instantly know the food has been certified to meet our nutrition requirements. It's a good first step in creating an overall sensible eating plan.

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