Attendees at the Gill Goes Red event tasted a variety of sweet treats that are actually heart healthy.
Attendees at the Gill Goes Red event tasted a variety of sweet treats that are actually heart healthy. Seth Applegate UKHC
Attendees at the Gill Goes Red event tasted a variety of sweet treats that are actually heart healthy. Seth Applegate UKHC

With small changes, sweet treats can promote heart health

February 14, 2017 09:34 AM

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