Discover why some studies show this particular salad dressing may have substantial benefits for your health — especially if you have prediabetes or diabetes.
Watch this video to see how to make a salad dressing without any oil or added sugar. Ingredients include: figs and prunes, extra virgin olive oil, mustard, garlic and fresh herbs.
You probably know that the Mediterranean diet is good for your heart. But it’s also good for your brain.
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Sometimes it seems like a world of endless food choices. But even for those of us who have settled on a particular way of eating — such as the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet — there are many decisions still to be made. Extra virgin olive oil, or virgin olive oil? Salmon or sea bass? The Mediterranean diet is based … Read More
This delicious roasted cauliflower cheddar soup is seasoned with thyme and rosemary for superb flavor. Use reduced-fat chicken broth, low-fat milk and reduced fat cheese to keep the fat and calories in check. Ingredients 1 head cauliflower 4 whole cloves garlic 1 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 cup diced yellow or white onion 1/2 teaspoon dried … Read More
For decades, we’ve been told that fats in food are unhealthy. New research is now prompting medical experts to re-evaluate fat — and it’s not totally taboo. “A lot of what we believed about fats has turned out not to hold up to scientific scrutiny,” says Steven Nissen, MD, Chairman of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic. A … Read More
When it comes to cooking with oils, do you have to choose between cooking for taste or cooking for health? People have strong opinions about what’s best. Health Hub sat down recently to chat about cooking with oils with James D. Perko, CEC, AAC, Executive Chef for Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Institute and its Center for Lifestyle Medicine and nutritionist … Read More
We pit olive oil against coconut oil to determine the heart health champion. See if you can guess the winner of this round of Health Hub Knockout — and get healthy cooking & baking tips too!
Which oils are heart-healthiest for baking, sautéing and salad dressing? Hang this chart in your kitchen to remind yourself which oils to use and when to use them. Learn which oils to avoid and discover other do’s and don’ts from our Heart & Vascular Institute dietitians. Download the Full Guide in Color