The fortunes of dietary fat have not followed a straight line. As a nutrient, it has been vilified, forgiven and, in some cases, even glorified. What we know about this essential nutrient is further complicated by the fact that not all fats are created equal. Under the very large umbrella
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A new report from the American Heart Association (AHA) suggests that U.S. heart failure rates are rising. The number of Americans who have the condition increased from about 5.7 million between 2009 and 2012 to about 6.5 million between 2011 and 2014, according to the AHA’s Heart Disease and Stroke
Watching your blood glucose (sugar) levels is critical if you’re trying to avoid type 2 diabetes and the cardiovascular complications that can accompany it. But if your levels rise to a level that your doctor describes as prediabetes, you may ask the question, “What is prediabetes and how do you fight
Research shows that certain foods have an amazing ability to reduce triglycerides naturally. Find out which foods work best for lowering triglycerides here.
Many people having stroke symptoms or a heart attack don’t know it. Lack of knowledge about the warning signs means they may dismiss a stroke as a bout of dizziness, while a heart attack might be chalked up to heartburn or a pulled muscle. However, if you ignore the symptoms
Roughly one-third of Americans have metabolic syndrome and need to be following a metabolic syndrome diet. But what’s the best diet plan? One diet does stand out among all the others. We guarantee it’s worth your while to learn about this amazing way of eating!
Raise your glass and toast to the health benefits of red wine! Strong scientific research now confirms you can lower your risk for heart disease, diabetes, depression, and dementia by drinking a glass daily.
Timing and planning may mean everything when it comes to following a heart-healthy diet.
That’s the message of a new American Heart Association (AHA) scientific statement. The more thoughtful you are not only about what you eat but when and how often, the AHA advises, can help you follow a
Healthy Diet Linked With Less Pain
Eating a Mediterranean-style diet could decrease the chances an overweight person will experience regular pain, new research suggests. In the study (Pain, February 2017), which included 98 people age up to 78, following a Mediterranean-style diet high in fish and plant-based proteins, such as nuts
You may not expect a mental health practitioner to prescribe a healthy eating plan, but that approach may not be far off. In recent years, scientists have been studying the link between food and mood more closely. They’ve found that there may be a relationship between the risk of common