Recipes

Providence Heart-Healthy Living Guide

Also known as: Northwest Guide to Heart-Healthy Living, Heart-healthy living, Heart healthy living

The Northwest Guide to Heart-Healthy Living is available at multiple supermarkets and Providence locations in Oregon and southwest Washington. In this free guide, you will find a fresh batch of heart-healthy recipes. The guide also offers a wealth of information to help you adopt or enrich a heart-healthy lifestyle and stay one step ahead of America's leading causes of death – heart and vascular diseases. You can find all of our previous guide recipes by scrolling down this page.

Get your guide today!
Obtain free guides by contacting the Providence Heart and Vascular Institute. You can request the guide by filling out this quick online form or by phone at 503-216-2088 or the Providence Resource Line, 503-574-6595, or toll free at 1-800-562-8964.

Pick up the guide at a convenient location
Your free copy of the Northwest Guide to Heart-Healthy Living is available at more than 540 Oregon and southwest Washington locations, including:

  • Albertson’s
  • Ballys Total Fitness
  • Curves
  • Fred Meyer Nutrition Centers & Pharmacies
  • Haggen
  • L.A. Fitness
  • QFC
  • Safeway Pharmacies
  • Thriftway
  • RDFit
  • Tualatin Hills Park and park locations
  • 24 Hour Fitness
  • Whole Foods
  • Providence Health Plan
  • Providence Health & Services facilities (medical centers, dining areas, Providence Medical Group clinics)

Ask An Expert

Breakfast burrito recipe

Dr. James Beckerman, Providence cardiologist and author of "The Flex Diet: Design-Your-Own Weight Loss Plan" recommends this healthy breakfast recipe from his book. 

Dal Bhat

Dr. James Beckerman, Providence cardiologist, recommends this easy and healthy recipe from his book "The Flex Diet: Design-Your-Own Weight Loss Plan”.

Gallo Pinto

Dr. James Beckerman, Providence cardiologist, recommends this easy and healthy recipe from his book "The Flex Diet: Design-Your-Own Weight Loss Plan”.

Tofu Scramble

Dr. James Beckerman, Providence cardiologist, recommends this easy and healthy recipe from his book "The Flex Diet: Design-Your-Own Weight Loss Plan”.

Forms Instructions

Heart Disease: A Woman's Concern

One in every three American women develops heart disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women.

Proprietary Health Article

2005 Heart-Healthy Recipes

Applesauce nut muffins and fruit salad with yogurt and honey, cioppino shrimp over pasta, Greek-style tofu and crispy roasted potatoes and more heart healthy recipes.

2006 Heart-Healthy Recipes

Blackened salmon with citrus bulgur, braised pork chops with cabbage and apples, party paella, spicy stir fry beef and vegetables and other heart healthy recipes.

2007 Heart-Healthy Recipes

Beef stroganoff, chicken pho, gingerbread, salmon cakes savory supper frittata and other heart healthy recipes.

2008 Heart-Healthy Recipes

Blackened rockfish curry, red pepper hummus, think spring spaghetti and other heart healthy recipes.

2009 Heart-Healthy Recipes

Anytime one-dish salmon, easy ratatouille, mashed curry cauliflower, turkey chile verde and other heart healthy recipes.

2010 Heart-Healthy Recipes

Black bean and edamame salad, Italian white beans and garlicky swiss chard, quick and healthy breakfast burritos and other heart healthy recipes. 

2011 Heart-Healthy Recipes

Bacon Fennel Stuffed Trout, Cinnamon Maple Granola, Lemon-Mint Tabouli with Pan-Seared Salmon and more! 

2012 Heart-Healthy Recipes

We invite you try as many recipes as you like and to share them with your friends and family. Bon appétit!

2013 Heart-Healthy Recipes

Each year, we dish up a fresh batch of recipes aimed to satisfy both your heart and taste buds. Loaded with flavor, the recipes are designed to be easy and affordable to prepare.

2014 Heart Healthy Recipes

The latest recipes are conveniently available for download from this page, or by obtaining a free copy of the Northwest Guide to Heart-Healthy Living.

Recommended Resource

Stay Young at Heart

Stay Young at Heart includes heart-healthy recipes listed by type of meal.

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on Omitting Breakfast

ABSTRACT

Background: Breakfast consumption is recommended, despite inconclusive evidence of health benefits.

The Flex Diet

Design your own weight-loss plan with the help of The Flex Diet book, written by Providence Heart and Vascular Institute cardiologist James Beckerman, M.D. 

Latest news

View All