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Happy Hearts

We are on a mission to inspire happy hearts!
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Introducing Cheerios with heart shapes.

For a limited time, we’re adding heart shapes to Honey Nut Cheerios and classic Cheerios to remind Americans that living a happy, heart-healthy lifestyle can be fun, easy and delicious. Look for them in stores nationwide in January.

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Made with Whole Grain Oats

Our delicious O’s are made from whole grain oats which contain beta-glucan, a soluble fiber that can help lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet.1

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Great Taste. Heart Healthy.2

With Honey Nut Cheerios you have the best of both worlds. It is the perfect combination of real delicious honey and whole grain oats that makes heart health enjoyable.

1  Three grams of soluble fiber daily from whole grain oat foods, like Cheerios™ and Honey Nut Cheerios™ cereal, in a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Cheerios provides 1 gram per serving. Honey Nut Cheerios cereal provides .75 grams per serving.

2  While many factors affect heart disease, diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of this disease.

 

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Easy Better-for-You Choices

You don’t have to change your whole routine to start a better-for-you life. There are easy adjustments you can make throughout the day. In partnership with Honey Nut Cheerios, here’s a cheat sheet to help get you started.

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3 Simple Steps to a Heart-Friendly Diet

It’s never a bad time to start thinking about heart health. Kick off your new diet with these three easy-to-follow ideas.

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3 Heart Smart Things You Can Do Every Day

Caring for your heart is easier than you think. “You would be surprised how small, everyday habits can have such a tremendous impact on your health and well-being when you add them up over the years,” says Bonnie Taub-Dix, R.D.N., a New York-based dietician. So, don’t wait—embrace these good-for-you habits now.

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4 Heart-Friendly Foods You’ll Actually Enjoy

Just because you’re eating for your heart doesn’t mean you need to eat bland, boring foods. Here, a few heart smart bites that you’ll love.

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How to Reap the Benefits of Whole Grain Oats

Curious about whole grain oats? Find out about their inherent goodness and how to get your daily dose.

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3 Ways to Make Breakfast Work Harder for You

When you wake up, you’re starting with your tank on empty after eight hours of sleep (okay, probably closer to six). Give the first meal of the day a nutritious boost with these tips.

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