Food contains cholesterol, yes. But here is why you no longer need to worry about high-cholesterol foods.
What you eat makes a difference when it comes to your risk of stroke. Here are 5 healthy food choices.
Egg labeling isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. There are so many different terms, and they’re not well-defined. Discover what each egg label means so you can make informed decisions at the grocery store.
Throughout history, chocolate has been beloved around the world, at times serving as a medicinal cure and a ritual drink. The good news is that recent studies tell us this popular sweet is heart-healthy and full of antioxidants. Find out more about which chocolate is best for you and why.
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Think high fructose corn syrup is no big deal? Think again. Eating too much can lead to insulin resistance, obesity and more.
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Sometimes, it’s okay to go a little bit nutty – especially if that means upping your intake of almonds.
Find out the top six ways to lower your cholesterol naturally, from eating more fiber to vitamins.
Hamburgers are summertime favorites but one Cleveland Clinic expert explains the risks that come with consuming too much beef.
Butter may be a delicious cooking ingredient but it also comes with some stark health risks.