What should you eat to avoid heart disease?
In the past, dietary advice for a healthy heart has been all about what not to eat. But broad research says there is no indication that any food is poison in terms of cardiovascular risk. It’s a matter of quantity and frequency of consumption. Here’s a simpler way to eat best for your heart…
The proof is in the spinal fluid: The Mediterranean diet deters Alzheimer’s
The list of diets you can choose and trends you can follow is virtually endless. But when it comes to one that consistently scores high for both brain and body health, it’s the Mediterranean diet. And it may be hands down the most protection against Alzheimer’s plaques you can eat.
The pre-diet step for lasting lower blood pressure and weight loss
If you’ve been discouraged with results after dieting, the problem could be your gut bacteria. Researchers identified a pre-diet step that boosts the benefits of
a healthy diet and helped participants lose weight, get control of their blood pressure and even cut down or eliminate BP medication.
You’re never too old to change your diet and save your brain
The Mediterranean diet is well known for its multiple health benefits, including heart health, weight loss and cancer prevention. Now, researchers in Scotland have added brain health to that list. Sticking to a Mediterranean style of eating can keep your brain sharp well into your senior years.
The diet that can keep Parkinson’s away
About a million people in the United States are presently living with various stages of Parkinson’s disease. There is no cure for this progressive disease that slowly robs you of your physical and mental capabilities. But the right diet could keep it at bay for quite a long time.
The diet that keeps a 2nd heart attack away
That feeling of an elephant on your chest is something a heart attack survivor never wants to feel again. But every year, 200,000 Americans suffer a second heart attack. If you don’t want to be one of them, researchers say one diet does everything right for your arteries to make it less likely.