Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

November 13, 2013

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. You can begin to protect yourself and reduce your risk of heart disease by starting your day off right -- eat whole grain cereal for breakfast.

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Heart Disease and Colon Cancer

October 17, 2013

A recent study found that people with signs of heart disease are at nearly double the risk of also having colon cancer. Experts believe unhealthy habits and inflammation are at the root of both diseases.

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How Bad Is That Diet Soda?

August 22, 2013

If you're drinking diet soda to watch your weight or because you hope it's better for you, think again!

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This Week with Peter Nielsen

July 26, 2012

Heart disease is the number one of death in the United States while heart attacks are the number 1 killer in women, it is crucial that you take preventative measures to avoid the risks involved with these dangerous conditions!

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Diet and Lifestyle

June 20, 2012

We've all heard that regular exercise can help reduce the risk of heart disease. But new research is pointing out just how critical getting enough exercise can be!

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Reducing Heart Disease Risk

November 09, 2011

Looking to reduce your risk of heart disease? Try eating whole grain cereal for breakfast.

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August's Most Popular Harvest

July 28, 2011

Mid-summer marks the beginning of the vine-ripened tomato harvest. Tomatoes are a year-round addition to menus, thanks to shipping from different locations around the world, but for true tomato-lovers, there's nothing like a fresh, just-picked tomato from a local farm or garden. The good news is that in addition to being a culinary delight, tomatoes help fight disease.

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Measuring Risks for Heart Disease

May 31, 2011

A new study found people with larger waistlines are more likely to show the early signs of heart disease than those with smaller waists

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Fit for Life

May 26, 2011

Researchers at UT Southwestern published two studies of sixty-six thousand people last month that indicate fitness in mid-life is a strong barometer for future heart health.

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That Almond Appeal

March 12, 2011

Adding a few ounces of almonds to your daily nutritional regimen is easy, fast and tasty. It also comes with a growing list of healthy benefits, as more research underscores the positive effect eating almonds has on cholesterol levels, heart health, insulin balance and much more!

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Heart Health

December 02, 2010

There are major risk factors for coronary disease that simply cannot be changed, most notably heredity, ethnicity and aging. However, behavior-based major risks are within individual's control and can greatly reduce the odds of developing or worsening heart disease.

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Fight Disease with Nutrition

August 26, 2010

Good nutrition is absolutely vital for fighting disease. Here are a few proven nutritional pointers that are guaranteed health boosters! Flaxseed has been shown to reduce the incidence of breast cancer and is a great source of soluble fiber. Consuming soy has been shown to reduce cholesterol and your risk of cancer.

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Lifestyle and Heart Disease

August 05, 2010

We've all heard that a healthy lifestyle can help reduce the risk of heart disease. Research from Harvard points out just how critical it is to develop good habits to enhance wellness!

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