04/24/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Regardless if you’re grilling beef, chicken, or fish, eating grilled food regularly could be increasing your risk of developing high blood

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-24-charbroiled-grilled-meats-increase-high-blood-pressure.html

04/22/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

If you want to live longer, eat more nuts and seeds. According to a study, eating these foods rich in

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-22-eating-nuts-and-seeds-cuts-your-risk-of-premature-death-by-half.html

04/22/2018 / By Tracey Watson

We all have a vested interest in delaying the aging process as much as possible, and that doesn’t just apply

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-22-dietary-supplement-made-from-vitamin-b3-provides-same-health-benefits-as-calorie-restriction.html

04/19/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Bacon may taste good, but it’s bad for your heart. Diets rich in fat and cholesterol found to weaken cardiovascular

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-19-diets-rich-in-fat-and-bad-cholesterol-weaken-cardiovascular-function.html

04/18/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

The sun is bearing down on you so strongly on a hot summer day that you just have to quench your

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-18-two-sodas-a-day-double-the-risk-of-heart-disease-study-warns.html

04/18/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Too busy to go to the gym and exercise? Too riddled with deadlines to take those 10,000 steps a day

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-18-cut-your-risk-of-premature-death-by-more-than-half-by-just-doing-short-bursts-of-exercise.html

04/16/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

New research showed that African Americans are more exposed to air pollution than whites, placing them at higher risk for heart

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-16-african-americans-are-at-greater-risk-of-heart-disease-because-they-are-more-exposed-to-air-pollutants.html

04/16/2018 / By Zoey Sky

According to a study, lentils can help significantly reduce “dangerous blood pressure levels.” Additionally, new data also showed that lentils could

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-16-eating-lentils-regularly-could-prevent-the-need-for-several-medications.html

04/16/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

There’s no such thing as healthy fat. This was the conclusion University of Glasgow’s Dr. Stamatina Iliodromiti and his team

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-16-british-study-concludes-that-you-cant-be-fat-and-fit.html

04/14/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Sesame has a long been used as food, medicine, and a part of spiritual rituals. The ancient Babylonian Empire (now

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-14-full-of-amino-acids-vitamins-minerals-and-healthy-fats-the-sesame-seed-cardiovascular-health.html

04/11/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Our ancestors knew about the benefits of avocado, one of the oldest food plants in Mexico. The natives of Mexico

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-11-why-avocados-are-so-good-for-you.html

04/10/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Did you know that your hand grip can be used to gauge your cardiovascular health? According to researchers at Queen

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-10-what-does-your-handshake-say-about-your-heart-health.html

04/09/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Pectin, a soluble fiber usually found in fruits, can lower cholesterol levels, according to a review of studies published in

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-09-eating-fruit-every-day-proven-to-lower-cholesterol.html

04/07/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

The fig (Ficus carica) is one of the oldest known cultivated fruit trees, preceding the cultivation of wheat or barley.

http://www.heart.news/2018-04-07-the-fig-fruit-is-good-for-your-heart-and-blood-sugar.html

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