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The Best Diet for Your Heart and Arteries

The Best Diet for Your Heart and Arteries

Your heart is part of your cardiovascular system, which also includes all of the arteries that transport oxygenated blood from your heart throughout your body, and the veins that transport blood back to your heart. Many cardiovascular diseases and events, such as coronary artery disease (CAD), peripheral artery disease (PAD),

Heart Failure? Stay Vigilant for Worsening Condition

Heart Failure? Stay Vigilant for Worsening Condition

More than 5 million Americans have heart failure, and 500,000 more cases are diagnosed each year. The condition develops gradually, due to injury to or weakness of the heart—underlying causes include these, among others:
Heart attack
High blood pressure
Coronary artery disease
Heart valve disease
Abnormal heart rhythms
Diseases of the heart muscle (cardiomyopathies)
Diabetes
There are two

The Best Metabolic Syndrome Diet

The Best Metabolic Syndrome Diet

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!

Planning Is Paramount for a Heart-Healthy Diet

Planning Is Paramount for a Heart-Healthy Diet

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

Newsbriefs: Mediterranean Diet; Vitamin D; Mercury

Mediterranean Diet May Ease Depression
Following a Mediterranean-style diet may help treat major depression, according to a study published Jan. 30, 2017 in BMC Medicine. In the three-month study, adults with major depressive disorder were randomly assigned to receive either social support (which involved weekly visits from researchers) or support from

A Mediterranean Diet May Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s and More

The Mediterranean diet has been associated with a lower risk for several diseases and risk factors, including cancer, obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, problems with processing glucose that may lead to diabetes, coronary heart disease, and overall death rates.

Now, research suggests that eating a Mediterranean-style diet is associated with

Stay Vigilant for Worsening Heart Failure

More than five million Americans have heart failure, and 500,000 more cases are diagnosed each year. The condition develops gradually, due to injury to or weakness of the heart—underlying causes include heart attack, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, heart valve disease, abnormal heart rhythms, diseases of the heart muscle

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