Mediterranean-Diet

Can You Follow a Strict, Healthy Vegetarian Diet?

…Study. I researched international cuisine for many years and came to the conclusion that the best diet on the planet is what I call a Pan-Asian Mediterranean diet. That’s what I eat, and I recommend it to my patients. Asian and Mediterranean cultures enjoy fish and smaller quantities of meat, root vegetables…

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Skipping Breakfast Puts Your Heart at Risk

…and increase your satiety until your mid-day meal. One good protein-rich choice for a heaert-healthy breakfast is eggs. While the traditional Mediterranean diet suggests limiting eggs to a few times per week, I feel you’ll be fine eating eggs on a regular basis, as long as they come from free-range…

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Will Aspirin Work For You?

…insurance if ordered by a physician. As always, I encourage you to follow what I consider to be the healthiest diet of all, the Pan Asian Modified Mediterranean Diet, exercise regularly, reduce stress, and increase the amount of fun you have each day to keep your heart happy and your entire cardiovascular…

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Why I Recommend The Mediterranean Diet

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Patients trying to achieve good cardiovascular nutrition often ask why I’m so excited about the Mediterranean diet, why I have included it as part of my PAMM diet, and why I think anyone with cardiovascular problems should seriously consider it. The answer…

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Is a Low-Fat Vegetarian Diet Healthy for Your Heart?

…impressive increase of fiber which clears the gut of toxins. However, my personal preference is a more balanced approach. I eat a Pan-Asian/Mediterranean diet (PAM), since the cultures with the highest longevity rates include the Okinawans of Japan, as well as those of the Mediterranean basin. I also…

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Announcing the Best Heart Health Diet Recipe Challenge

…kale, Brussels sprouts, spinach, and more. But you're certainly not limited to these ingredients. For more nutrition tips, see my Pan-Asian Mediterranean Diet recommendations. • You can submit as many heart-healthy recipes as you’d like—and they can be for main dishes, vegetables, snacks, soups…

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The Best Prostate Health Vitamins

…Now it's your turn: Do you take any of these prostate health vitamins for natural prostate health? You May Also Be Interested In * How the Mediterranean Diet Boosts Prostate Health * Omega-3 Fish Oil and Prostate Cancer

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

…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 downing a tablespoon of olive oil three times…

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Reducing Cholesterol With Statin Drugs

…interfering with the liver’s ability to produce cholesterol. As little as 50 mg per day can have a positive effect. * My Pan-Asian Modified Mediterranean-type diet (PAMM) is rich in fiber, healthy fats (omega-3s from fish and fish oil), garlic and onions (two potent cholesterol-busters), and fresh fruits…

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Lowering Heart Risk Factors Begins With Lifestyle

…cholesterol levels, lower your blood pressure levels, lose weight, walk more, dance more, love more, reduce stress? You can do this with a Mediterranean diet, exercise, emotional release, stress management, vitamins and minerals, touch therapy, phytonutrients, and L-arginine. If you have heart disease…

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Statin Medications Will Not Reduce Lp(a)

…Here’s what I recommend: * If you’re as concerned about good cardiovascular nutrition as I am, I hope you’ll follow my Pan-Asian Modified Mediterranean diet. You’ll eat fresh fish (cold-water fish such as salmon, sardines and mackerel) and fish oils at least two to three times a week. You’ll also…

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The Heart-Brain Connection

…just like the heart, your brain needs the proper balance of protein, carbohydrates, 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…

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Mediterranean Eating for a Healthy Heart

…last week that was no news to me. You probably heard about it, too—a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine showed that the Mediterranean diet is the only diet associated with lower risk of heart disease. Readers of my (now out-of-print) newsletter, Heart, Health & Nutrition, know that…

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Natural Solutions for a Healthy Cholesterol Level

…interfering with the liver’s ability to produce cholesterol. As little as 50 mg per day can have a positive effect. * My Pan-Asian Modified Mediterranean-type diet (PAMM) is great for this and for overall cardiovascular nutrition. It’s rich in fiber, healthy fats (omega-3s from fish and fish oil), garlic…

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Eat Well for Heart Health

…a great deal of research, I’ve concluded that the best way overall diet for your heart and arteries combines a high-fiber, healthy-fat, Mediterranean-type diet with traditional Asian cuisine. I call this approach to eating the Pan-Asian Modified Mediterranean (or PAMM) diet. This diet, which is high…

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Does Healthy Cholesterol Really Lower Risk of Dementia?

…the risk factors that are causing your LDL cholesterol levels to rise above the optimum level. Avoid excess sugar by following an organic Mediterranean-style diet rich in fish, DHA-fortified eggs, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables; keep your blood pressure in check by better managing stress; and lose…

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