Heart of the Matter: Eat Your Way Healthy

It’s easy: Fill your plate with lean proteins and whole grains, and lower your fat, salt and sugar intake and you’ll greatly lower your risk of heart disease. Ten top Denver chefs gave us their best tips for eating healthy, plus delicious recipes you can make at home.

Taste these healthy creations at the 18th annual Denver Heart Ball on March 11. The event, hosted at the Colorado Convention Center Hyatt Regency, will feature these top chefs and their dishes. Bon appetit!

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Courtesy Matsushia

Chef Kyle Marston, Matsuhisa: Mixed Seafood Ceviche in Limestone Lettuce Cup

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Courtesy Ocean Prime

Chef Roman Rodriguez, Ocean Prime: Tuna Tartar

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Courtesy Perry’s

Chef Grant Hunter, Perry’s: Kale Salad

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Courtesy Departure

Chef Erin Koroll, Departure: Mango Cashew Cheesecake with Coconut Granola

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Courtesy River & Wood

Chef Daniel Asher, River & Woods: Ancient Grain Savory Wellness Bowl

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Courtesy Bar Dough

Chef Max MacKissock, Bar Dough: Wood Oven Roasted Carrots

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Courtesy Seasons 52

Chef Caleb Benton, Seasons 52: Caramelized Sea Scallops

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Courtesy Highland Tap & Burger

Chef Eli Odell, Highland Tap & Burger: Sloan’s Lake Piquillo Peppers

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Courtesy Uncorked

Chef Eric Robbins, Uncorked Kitchen: Spicy Bulgur and Chick Pea Soup

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Courtesy range

Chef Paul Nagan, range: Smoked Turkey Breast with Traditional Mole Sauce

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