Whether you're calling about yourself or someone you care, we're here to help.
Give up chocolate this March and raise money for life saving heart research.
Be part of the legendary bike ride and help beat heart disease.
Write a Love Note at your local shop and help keep more families together.
We list a range of unique and interesting finds from our charity shops on our eBay shop.
Our strategy sets out our plans to fund half a billion pounds of research over the next five years.
Whether you are living with heart disease or supporting a friend or family member, our online community is a space for you.
Meet some of our heart heroes who have bravely shared their stories with others.
Read our vision and priorities to 2020 and see how we're fighting for every heartbeat.
Cooking healthy meals doesn’t have to be tricky. Our Senior Dietitian Victoria Taylor explains how you can keep it simple but still look after your heart.
Banish breakfast boredom with our porridge variations, which will help you towards your 5-a-day as well as making breakfast more interesting.
Here are seven healthy breakfasts that can be made quickly or pre-prepared to make sure you get your day off to a good start.
Cooking pumpkin and squashes can seem daunting. Here's five simple tips to help you prepare and cook them, plus a guide to the different types.
Looking for healthy BBQ food? Try our five healthy marinades and rubs for juicy, flavourful meat and vegetarian options.
You don’t need to deprive yourself to eat well. Dr Hannah Forster shows us how to focus on positive changes instead.
It’s autumn and squashes and pumpkins are all around. Here are four delicious, simple, quick and tasty recipes for the humble squash.
Hate dry, bland food? Ready-made sauces and chutneys can be high in sugar and fat, so add flavour and banish dry food by making our delicious salsas.
Salad dressings needn’t be tricky to make and are much healthier than ready-made dressings. Try one of these six simple ideas to get you started.
Roast dinners make great comfort food, but they aren't always that healthy. Our easy swaps mean they don’t have to be bad news for your waistline or cholesterol levels.
It’s surprisingly easy to slash fat, calories and salt while keeping the feel of a traditional roast dinner. Swap to our quick, easy and healthier version.
Let leftovers be a thing of the past, and save money at the same time, with our suggestions for all kinds of ways to use up leftover food.
No time? That doesn’t mean you can’t eat something home-made and delicious. Get inspired with our 25 simple suggestions for healthy meals.
Looking for comfort food, but no time to cook? We present top tips for healthy meals in a hurry.
Dough can be the starting point for a vast range of healthy meals and teatime treats, explains Senior Dietitian Victoria Taylor.
Good cooking starts with a versatile store cupboard, whether you’re packing kids off to university or brushing up on your own skills, explains our senior dietitian.
A healthy diet helps to prevent problems such as coronary heart disease and obesity. See our dietitian's advice for healthy eating on a budget.
Want to know how to bake bread that comes out right every time? Read our tips from home bakers and experts.
Our senior dietitian has costed out a week of healthy meals and snacks for under £50 for two people. Get the full menu and recipes.