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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.
Learn how to find out what's really in your food and make the right choices
It's not always easy to spot sugar on ingredients lists, because it can come under lots of different names. To help you avoid eating too much added sugar, our infographic shows 50 names for sugar you might come across.
There's lots of confusion when it comes to fat. Our Heart Health Dietitian answers common questions about saturated fat and which foods contain it.
It’s not always easy to tell where those sneaky saturated fats are hiding. Take our quiz to test your knowledge.
From ketchup to brown sauce, soy sauce to pesto, we love adding flavour to our food. But there can be hidden health hazards, as Hannah Forster explains.
Craving a treat but don't want to ruin the diet? Try these ideas for healthy savoury snacks and healthy desserts.
A few small steps can make a healthy diet and help you to control your weight, too. Dietitian Annemarie Aburrow shows us how.
Food labelling can help us choose healthier foods. We explain how to use back-of-pack food labels to make healthy choices.
Too much sugar can lead to weight gain and damaging effects on our health. Here are 6 small changes that you'll hardly notice, which can help you cut down on the sweet stuff.
We often associate colourful foods with good health – but while that’s true of fruit and vegetables, it’s not always the case with other foods. We point out the pitfalls.
Our expert answers a question on whether coconut oil is good for your health, and what type of oil is a healthier choice.
Take a look at our infographic - the results may shock you.
Some foods we imagine are healthy can be shockingly full of fat. Learn which ones are a useful part of a healthy diet, and which ones are best treated with caution.
Most of us eat too much sugar, but it's not always easy to avoid it. Here's our guide to some of the sneaky spots where sugar may be hiding.
Is honey healthier than sugar? How much sugar is too much? Our dietitian explains all you need to know.
Salt can sneak up on you in some unexpected places. Make sure you’re on the look-out for these common culprits.
We all need some salt in our diet but, on average, we’re consuming too much. Our senior dietitian Victoria Taylor answers common questions about salt and how it affects our health.
Salt could be sabotaging your health because its sodium content, which is linked to high blood pressure. Read the seven salt-slashing tactics to cut down on the white stuff.
Learn how to understand front-of-pack food labels, and how they can help you make heart-healthy choices more easily.