Frugal Living Expert Connects Women to Heart Healthy Solutions

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Heart disease is the number one killer of women in America. This is a statistic that one of the nation's leading frugal, healthy living experts is on a mission to change. owner, Susanne Myers, is sharing "heart healthy" government approved tasty recipes and tips with the hundreds of thousands of visitors who look to her each month for traditional living ideas.

Over 300,000 visitors a month come to the website for frugal living tips and home cooked recipes. February is American Heart Month and owner, Susanne Myers has a special message for women and all families searching for real solutions.

"I've put together one of the most convenient and helpful collections of government endorsed healthy living ebooks and healthy home cooking recipes around. Heart disease is the number one killer of women in America. That's a statistic we have to change and it starts with a better diet. offers easy, familiar and manageable ideas for leading an affordable and healthy lifestyle," explains Susanne Myers.

The website celebrates traditional and healthy home-cooking from scratch and that, notes Myers, is one of the best ways to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

"Eating out at fast food restaurants limits meal choices to foods that are often high in saturated and trans fats, cholesterol and sodium. Making the decision to eat from home increases the opportunity families have to choose menu favorites using healthy foods that are in the refrigerator and pantry," adds Myers. offers not just recipes but low cost grocery lists and guides for preparing nutritious meals at minimal costs.

A popular resource for readers is the "Best Buys" list. This list includes those items that are almost always a good buy at local supermarkets. From chicken legs to lentils and spinach to egg noodles, this shopping list is a must have for serious frugal, "heart" healthy consumers.

If you'd like to interview Susanne Myers to learn more about the Hillbilly Housewife recipes and frugal, healthy living tips, please contact Susanne at Susanne [at] or (803) 524-2862.


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