Obese people with heart failure may live longer than those who are thinner—especially if they are "metabolically healthy," a new study suggests.
The Mediterranean diet is known to reduce the risk of developing stroke and heart disease.
Heart disease, currently the number one killer in the nation, claims over 610,000 lives every year. And, we know that the most common type of heart disease (coronary artery disease) is caused by atherosclerosis – a buildup of plaque in the arteries.
Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has been in the news quite a bit recently. Indeed, there are many reasons to drink ACV, but with so many benefits now attached to it, which ones are real — and which ones are smoke and mirrors?
Pomegranates, which are rich in bioactive compounds, are one of the healthiest fruits in the world. Among many health benefits, pomegranates can boost your heart health.
The creamy and versatile avocado is a popular superfood for a reason. When eaten in moderate amounts, avocados can help keep your heart in good shape.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) can be prevented by consuming a variety of nuts.
People who regularly eat nuts, including peanuts, walnuts and tree nuts, have a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease or coronary heart disease compared to people who never or almost never eat nuts, according to a new study.
It’s already known that our diets contribute a lot to the development of diseases such as high blood pressure and that changing it is the first step toward mitigating that risk.
Aside from helping you cling on to your fleeting productivity and energy levels, coffee has some pretty amazing health benefits. Especially for your heart.