Researchers have uncovered a potential answer for why red meat is so closely tied to an increased risk for cardiovascular concerns.
More than just an inflammation-fighting beverage, new research suggests green tea may benefit your gut, heart, and overall wellness.
New research on a possible link between potassium and heart health suggests you might want to stock your fruit bowl with a few bananas.
Shake up your stale menu with new and improved carbs, protein, and fat to freshen up your diet.
Whether you're hoping to build muscle, combat hunger or simply better your overall wellness, upping the protein in your first meal of the day can be key.
Prunes aren’t just for those who need to get things moving. We’re sharing the deets on the benefits of adding prunes to your diet.
Fiber is a must-have for your all-around health and wellness, but eating certain kinds of fiber might help fight inflammation and improve your heart health.
Think cranberries are just for your Turkey Day spread? Think again. New research shows there may be heart health benefits to incorporating cranberries into your daily diet.
The methods by which you lower your cholesterol might play a bigger role in your risk for cardiovascular concerns than we previously thought.
The all-powerful avocado is tasty, but research suggests it’s also a great food to eat if you’re working to lower your cholesterol levels.
Here’s another reason to give the Mediterranean diet a try: It can lead to better blood pressure control (and a longer life).
New research suggests you could be unintentionally increasing your odds of cardiovascular disease if you’re coming up short on vitamin D.
You already know olive oil is fantastic for your health. Now, there’s even more evidence to support its heart, brain and whole-body benefits.
Grab your recycling bin, because it’s time to ditch plastic for good.
Instead of following strict restrictions and cutting out specific foods, the latest guidance on heart-healthy eating suggests building better long-term habits.
Get high blood pressure in check with these highly nutritious foods that are great for your heart health.
If you're sorting through all the food advice that follows a diagnosis of hypertension, make sure you don't buy into these popular myths.
Are you going to bed at the wrong time? When you head to bed matters, and sleeping too early or too late could increase your risk for poor heart health.
Flavonoids and beneficial gut bacteria both offer plenty of health benefits on their own. But new research hints that flavonoid-rich foods paired with diverse gut bacteria just might be key for heart health.
Sure, salads are healthy – but new research suggests they might be especially great for those at-risk for heart disease. The key to a healthier heart could lie in packing your plate with more leafy green veggies.
Diet and cholesterol are intimately connected – which means it can be possible to control your cholesterol through the food you eat. Here’s how you just might be able to accomplish that.
Struggling to get high blood pressure under control? You might be making some big mistakes that can negatively impact your blood pressure and potentially hinder your healthy progress.
Food can play a key role in lowering high blood pressure, and it has the potential to make a dramatic difference. Discover just how critical your diet can be in lowering hypertension and fighting the complications that come along with it.
If you’re worried about your weight or risk for metabolic syndrome, it may be time to tighten up your eating schedule. In combination with medication, limiting how many hours you eat each day may pay off for your health.
Thinking about starting a new diet? If you want to set yourself up for success, science says fasting before you make any changes could help.
Nuts offer nutrients that can play a positive role in heart health, helping you take control of key cardiovascular risk factors like blood pressure and cholesterol.
As a key ingredient in the green Mediterranean diet, wolffia globosa is growing in popularity. Here’s why this tiny plant is poised to become a superfood.
Dr. Jonny Bowden tackles the latest in medical trends, including shifting opinion on the benefits of drinking and over-the-counter heartburn medication.