Eat Smart Month Aims to Help Northlanders Improve Heart Health
The American Heart Association Partners with Essentia Health, St. Luke's and Super One Foods to Promote Healthy Eating
DULUTH, Minn. – It’s time to gobble up the rest of your Halloween candy and prepare for a healthy holiday season.
The American Heart Association is looking to help consumers celebrate National Eating Healthy Day.
The Association along with Essentia Health and St. Luke’s hosted an event Wednesday evening at Super One Foods near the Miller Hill Mall.
The event aimed to help shoppers find healthy recipes and pick better choices when it comes to snacks and meal planning.
Those who chose to participate also had the chance to learn hands only CPR.
The event is part of the Association’s month-long Eat Smart Month campaign.
“We want to encourage people over the holidays to really take the time and sit down or just walk around your grocery store to find what’s best for you to buy. Super One is great, they have a huge produce section,” said Heather Hughley with the American Heart Association.
This is the second year Super One Foods has offered to host the event.