Providing adults with essential nutrition information to live heart healthy for life

I’m Kiran Campbell, RD.

I’m a registered dietitian, entrepreneur, soon-to-be author of my first e-cookbook, Minimal Effort Meals, and online health course creator (COMING SOON).   

I help people who are struggling to follow a heart healthy lifestyle; freeing them from all the confusion and frustration of what and how to live their healthiest lives ever.

Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in the U.S. and many other countries around the globe.  My goal is to have heart health education at everyone’s fingertips in order to reduce your risk and help you live heart healthy for life! 

Are You In the Right Place?  

 

You’re in the right place if you…..

  • want to eat healthy in order to BE and STAY healthy.
  • have a family history of heart disease, stroke or have had any type of cardiovascular testing or surgery. 
  • are simply interested in a nutritionally sound, make-you-feel-great lifestyle.

Do you feel like a low fat, low sodium, low cholesterol diet comes at the expense of taste and enjoyment?

What if I told you it doesn’t have to be that way? That foods don’t have to be bland and tasteless.  That you can eat more than just salad or “rabbit food”.  And that you’ll feel satisfied, healthy and more likely to achieve and maintain a healthy weight.  

All this is possible.  And I can’t wait to show you how to make it happen!

So.....what is a heart healthy diet?

A heart healthy diet is generally lower in overall fat, sodium and cholesterol than the typical “standard American diet“. 

Research shows that following a heart healthy diet will lower your risk of heart disease, stroke and even some forms of cancer and dementia. However, keep in mind that there is no cure-all diet and there are many other risk factors to consider when making lifestyle changes for the better.

According to the American Heart Association, a heart healthy diet consists of: 

  1. A variety of fruits and vegetables
  2. Whole grains
  3. Low-fat dairy products
  4. Skinless poultry and fish
  5. Nuts and legumes
  6. Non-tropical vegetables oils

But there isn't just one type of heart healthy diet

There are MANY heart healthy diets out there.  They have several things in common with slight differences that may make them more appealing to YOU and YOUR lifestyle.

Each heart healthy diet is worth learning about if it means helping you achieve the highest quality of life possible and avoiding future cardiac issues. 

Where can I learn more?

If you’re serious about changing your dietary habits then it’s time to stop procrastinating and start taking action!  

Here are some ways you can get started:

  • Read science-based articles focusing on heart-related topics in the BLOG.
  • Try some of my favorite heart healthy RECIPES.
  • Grab free handouts and other great resources in the SHOP
  • Sign up for my monthly(ish) NEWSLETTER so you can stay up-to-date on all the news and research I’m up to. 

I’m excited to help you learn how to eat well for optimum heart health.  I hope the information provided here helps you in your next steps towards a healthier life.  I’ve got your back!