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Meet Hadassah’s New Food Guru, Shannon Sarna

Monday, Feb 6 2017

Shakshuka Receipe: Watch the video and get the recipe

It's Heart Health Month, and we're thrilled to introduce the face of our newest program. Meet chef Shannon Sarna, editor of the popular Jewish food blog The Nosher, and the food guru and spokesperson for Every Bite Counts: Hadassah's Nutrition Program.

For her first Every Bite Counts video recipe, Shannon takes on an Israeli favorite: shakshuka. This version is heart healthy, super simple, and tastes great in any climate. See for yourself.

Every Bite Counts is off to a great start—with events already scheduled in more than two dozen communities around the country.

Join the push for women's heart health. We know that heart disease is the #1 killer of women. And we know that 82% of heart disease is preventable. That's where you come in. This February, spread the word. Make sure the women in your life are making heart healthy choices.

Other important ways to get involved with Hadassah's efforts during Heart Health Month:

    

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