The results of a large, seven-year study focused on dietary habits sheds a positive light on saturated fats, but is that really right for you? Get a cardiologist’s take on this surprising study.
Confused about whether uncured bacon is any better for your health? Cleveland Clinic dietitian Brigid Titgemeier weighs in.
New research questions the advice to cut back on eating animal-derived saturated fats to reduce artery-clogging cholesterol.
Healthy fats, especially DHA, an omega-3 fat, help your brain work optimally. They help with mood, memory, concentration, speech and cognition.
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For years saturated fats have been considered a health hazard but now researchers are raising questions about whether they’re as harmful as originally thought
After gallbladder surgery, digesting fatty foods can be difficult. To avoid gastrointestinal discomfort, limit high-fat, gas-producing foods initially.
Calorie- and fat-conscious eaters may opt for turkey bacon as a healthier alternative to the traditional kind. But this substitute is also high in fat and sodium and offers few other benefits.
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
If you’d like to cut down or eliminate or your consumption of meat, but you’re not sure how to get started, try what many dietitians recommend as a first step: Meatless Mondays. What are Meatless Mondays? As the name implies, it means refraining from eating meat one day a week — on Mondays. Meatless Mondays is a public health … Read More
For years, we’ve heard that saturated fat is bad for our hearts and that unsaturated fat is good. Learn which fats you can eat more of and which fats to avoid. Preventive cardiology dietitians Julia Zumpano, RD, LD, and Kate Patton, MEd, RD, CSSD, LD, offer tips on heart-healthy eating, cooking and shopping above.