You’re not imagining it — calories do add up faster as you age. A nutritionist shares some key tips to help you avoid weight gain and stay healthy after ‘the change.’
Trying to eat a more heart health diet? Our dietitians recommend these 17 power foods for starters!
Here’s an easy-to-understand primer on what to eat (and when) on the Mediterranean Diet. Your heart will love you for it!
Despite recent controversial headlines, you shouldn’t ditch the Mediterranean diet. It’s still the diet backed by the best scientific evidence out there. Cleveland Clinic heart experts explain.
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I get asked about all the time what people should eat to help maintain their heart health. One reason might be that the topic of diet has become very controversial in recent years.
Eating breakfast may have health benefits – but food choices matter as well. A dietitian offers her suggestions for front-loading your day with heart-healthy meals and snacks.
Most of us are aware that what we eat affects our health. But the results of a new study illustrates that fact vividly: Almost half of deaths in one year caused by heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes in a large group of Americans were linked with a poor diet.
The American Heart Association (AHA) has issued an updated set of recommendations for people who have had a heart attack or who suffer from heart failure. But I disagree with the AHA’s updated recommendation. Here’s why.
Salt is portrayed as the villain in many stories in the media that tout healthy eating habits. But not everyone needs to worry about restricting their salt intake.
If you’re like most Americans, you’re eating too much sodium — even if you don’t use the salt shaker to add it to your food.