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Heart-Healthy Eating Tips to Increase Fats & Reduce Carbohydrates

nuts. His study, called PREDIMED, found that a diet rich in olive oil or tree nuts reducing cardiovascular events. Plus, subsequent research found that a higher fat diet helps to prevent insulin resistance and diabetes. Given all of this positive research, I’ve bumped up my intake of heart-healthy

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3 Holiday Foods You Can Eat in a Heart-Healthy Diet

healthy diet. A Heart-Healthy Diet Can Include These Holiday Treats Heart-Healthy Food #1: Caramelized Nuts. Roasting nuts with a bit of honey or maple syrup, and sea salt or sesame seeds sprinkled on top is a healthy holiday treat. Some of the best nuts to choose are almonds, walnuts, macadamia nuts,…

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New Research Makes Olive Oil One of My Top Heart-Healthy Foods

…mixed nuts group had a 28-30 percent reduction in cardiovascular events, including heart attacks and strokes. Both Studies Make Olive Oil a Top Heart-Healthy Food So, if you’re eating a Mediterranean diet, like my PAM program, I recommend kicking it up a notch by adding 30 grams of those mixed nuts, or…

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5 Last Minute Heart-Healthy Gifts

…thought I would give you a few healthy gift ideas that would not only be nice to receive—but give your recipients the gift of a longer, healthier life. 5 Heart-Healthy Gifts * Homemade Harvest Trail Mix. Nuts and seeds are the perfect heart-healthy foods, supplying healthy fats and protein. Try mixing…

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5 Heart-Healthy Snacks

…choose organic nuts and seeds if they’re available, and that it contains no more than 300 mg of sodium per serving. Heart-healthy snack #3. Yogurt Sundae: Mix sliced strawberries and blueberries into plain yogurt. Top with a sprinkling of sunflower seeds or ground flax. Heart-healthy snack #4. Apple…

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5 Tips for Heart-Healthy and Enjoyable Summer Travel

…luggage when possible can help you avoid airport angina. * For heart-healthy snacks on the go, eat nuts—including almonds, walnuts, and macadamias. In fact, wherever I travel I go to the local health food store and buy some nuts. * If you’re traveling by plane, get up at least once an hour and walk…

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Heart-Healthy Super Bowl Food

…commercials and half-time show—I thought I would give you some heart-healthy snacks to enjoy during the game. Here are My Top 5 Heart-Healthy Super Bowl Foods for Game Time 1. Harvest trail mix not only contains nuts rich in heart-healthy omega-3s, it will give you the energy you need to jump up and down…

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A Healthy Lifestyle (Almost) Eliminates Sudden Cardiac Death

Logic dictates that a healthy lifestyle would reduce the incidence of fatal heart attacks (also known as SCD, or sudden cardiac death). A major study not only confirmed that logic but put up actual numbers showing that a healthy lifestyle may practically eliminate sudden cardiac death—by up to 80…

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The 10 Most Common Heart Health Fallacies

Whether it's thinking that wine is healthy so you can drink up, or that vitamins can overcome an unhealthy lifestyle, here are the 10 most common heart health pitfalls and how to avoid them. During my 30-plus years in active practice, I repeatedly encountered misguided patients who would twist, ignore…

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DHA Omega-3 Benefits Your Brain, Too

…the building blocks it needs to create healthy brain tissue. * Mental well-being. DHA omega-3s build the receptors for serotonin, which is the “feel good” chemical in your brain. What's the Best Source of DHA Omega-3 Benefits? Foods such as flaxseed, nuts and seeds, coldwater fish like salmon, and…

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8 Health-Boosting Secrets From My Life

…and other nutrients, here are eight things I do to keep myself healthy and you can try as well: 1. Eat a mostly vegetarian diet. My daily diet consists of two meals and two healthy snacks a day and rich in fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, and lentils. I also eat fish 1–2 times per week (either: scrod…

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Cardiovascular Benefits of L-Arginine

…hear how much attention the benefits of L-arginine were receiving from other cardiologists. I have been using this healthy-heart nutrient to support healthy cholesterol levels and healthy arteries in angioplasty patients for years. There’s evidence that regular supplementation with L-arginine benefits…

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For Weight Loss, Eat More Fat?

…recommendations, encouraging people to up their fat intake and reduce the carbs. Now, a new study shows that a high fat, low-carb diet diet is not only heart healthy, it promotes weight loss. For this study, funded by the National Institutes of Health and published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, researchers…

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Mood-Boosting Foods

…number of other healthy foods that can balance your serotonin, which is the chemical substance in your brain that promotes feelings of calm, well-being, mental alertness, control, and an increased ability to deal with stress. Plus, they’re good for your heart and your overall health. * Nuts and seeds *…

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Debunking the Gluten-Free Myth

…-glycemic fruits, nuts and seeds, steel cut oatmeal, yams, legumes, flaxseeds, and avocadoes. If you do want to eat bread, Ezekial bread which contains sprouted whole grains is a good choice. Now it's your turn: Do you follow a gluten-free diet? You May Also Be Interested In * For Heart-Healthy Eating, Increase…

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Fish: A Natural Source of Omega-3s

…heart health. I have followed the research on fish as a cardio-protective and anti-aging agent for 30 years. What makes fish so important to any healthy heart nutrition plan is the fact that it is a natural source of omega-3 benefits, as well as omega-6 fatty acids. As you may know, both omega-3s and…

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The Heart-Brain Connection

healthy fats, and nutrients. The same Pan Asian Modified Mediterranean diet (PAMM) that Dr. Sinatra recommends to prevent cardiovascular problems, diabetes, and autoimmune disorders as well as promote overall optimum health, is a no-brainer when it comes to your mind. Everything that encourages healthy

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