National Wear Red Day: A “Heartwarming” Infographic


At Concorde Career College, our passion is preparing you to succeed in every aspect of health care, both personally and professionally. As you help others strive to be the best versions of themselves, it’s important to practice what you preach.

How about we start with a basic one: Are you regularly working in the recommended four to five daily servings of fruits and vegetables?

As we observe National American Heart Month, it’s no secret that eating fruits and vegetables is important in promoting happy, healthy hearts. They’re high in minerals, vitamins and fiber. They’re also low in calories and help you absorb nutrients from other foods.

On this National Wear Red Day, consider how you can renew your commitment to moving these fresh picks from the crisper drawer (where good intentions go to die) to a consistent part of your plate!

The American Heart Association is a national voluntary health agency to help reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Take a look at this brilliant infographic they put together for some innovative tips, tricks and tactics.

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