As if we all needed another reason to love chocolate: A recent study finds an association between consuming chocolate and having a significantly lower risk of being diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AFib), a common heart condition that involves an irregular heartbeat.
The science of which foods are — and aren’t — good for your heart can seem to be ever changing. Recent studies have been coming so fast that keeping up starts to feel like mission impossible. The good news is that there’s still more agreement among experts about the basics of diet and the heart … Read More
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.
They may swoon over your soup, rave about your roasted chicken and get teary-eyed in praise of your homemade bread. But the showstopper for most meals is dessert. Here are five recipes for flavorful finales.
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You may have experienced sticker shock when you’re looking for a car. In the same way, you can experience “tracker shock” when you’re trying to lose weight. It hits you when you’re adding up the calories, fat, carbs, sugar and sodium in some of your go-to foods. But never fear. You can find satisfying substitutes. Here … Read More
It’s not news that walking is good for you. But a recent study found that a sweet treat may make walking a little easier for you if you have painful leg cramping from peripheral artery disease (PAD). Prior research showing possible benefits of eating dark chocolate has led to more studies. Recently, researchers found that … Read More
This heart-healthy version of everyone’s favorite cookie is low in cholesterol and high in omega-3 fatty acids. Walnuts and canola oil replace the usual eggs and butter, and oats and whole-wheat flour provide the whole grain. It’s a recipe you can indulge in occasionally without guilt (and a little dark chocolate never hurts)! Ingredients 3 … Read More
If you’ve ever popped a piece of dark chocolate into your mouth with the belief its antioxidants make the candy a healthy choice, you may have to find another reason to indulge. A new study says the antioxidant resveratrol, which is found in red wine, dark chocolate and grapes, is not associated with living longer. … Read More
Dark chocolate. Cherries. Brownies. Oh my! It can fulfill your chocolate cravings without expanding your waistline. In each satisfying serving, you’ll find only 110 calories and 6 grams of fat. What’s not to love? Ingredients Cooking spray ¾ cup whole wheat pastry flour 1 cup granular no-calorie sweetener ¾ cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1 teaspoon … Read More
Certain foods may put you in the mood for love. Although none have been scientifically proven as aphrodisiacs, some are better than others for getting our blood flowing and stimulating our senses, experts say. [tn3 origin=”album” ids=”171″ transitions=”default” responsive=”1″]