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Eat Well for Heart Health

…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 in vegetables, legumes, fruits, fish, garlic, nuts, olive oil, and soy products, helps…

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Statin Medications Will Not Reduce Lp(a)

…alternative approach. 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…

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Can You Follow a Strict, Healthy Vegetarian Diet?

…The China 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…

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Four Therapies for Heart Attack Patients

…* Follow a Smart Diet. As in the case of most any cardiovascular problems, I recommend following a solid cardiovascular nutrition plan, like the Pan-Asian Modified Mediterranean (or PAMM) diet. This heart-strengthening diet features an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables; whole grains, fish (wild…

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Announcing the Best Heart Health Diet Recipe Challenge

…asparagus, broccoli, 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…

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Lp(a) and Risk Factors of Heart Disease

…further protection, or reduce it by no less than 100 mg daily if you have side effects. Twinlabs’ quick-acting Niacin is a good product. * Follow my Pan-Asian Modified Mediterranean (PAMM) diet. * Take 1–2grams of vitamin C and 100–200 mg of standard coenzyme Q10. * Take 1–2grams of fish oil daily…

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What To Do After a Heart Attack

…you will make great friends with others going through recovery just like you!) * Follow a heart-healthy diet regimen. I recommend following the Pan-Asian Mediterranean (PAM) diet. I also recommend simple walking, with your doctor’s permission of course. Even if you follow the PAMM diet to the letter…

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Natural Solutions for a Healthy Cholesterol Level

…adverse side effects, by 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…

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Follow This Heart Healthy Diet Plan

…of research to back up this delicious, heart healthy diet plan. And best of all, it’s not really a “diet” so much as a lifestyle choice. My Pan-Asian, Modified-Mediterranean (PAMM) Heart Healthy Diet Plan I have been a proponent of the modified Mediterranean diet for years—even before it became…

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Sugar is a Major Cause of Heart Disease

…This includes wine, beer and liquor. Many people don’t realize that alcohol contains a large store of hidden sugar. * Eat an anti-inflammatory Pan-Asian Mediterranean (PAM) diet. My heart-healthy PAM eating plan includes 40 to 45 percent slow-burning, low-glycemic index carbohydrates; 35-40 percent…

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4 Foods for Depression

…certain foods can help lift your mood and thereby lower your weight, but that’s the way our systems work. As you probably know, I recommend the Pan Asian and Mediterranean (PAM) diet for everyone. But if you suffer from mild depression, here are four foods for depression I recommend adding to your diet…

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Proper Sodium-Potassium Balance Reduces Cardiovascular Risk

…and make 3 grams of potassium a day your minimum goal. You'll have the best odds for success if you follow a cardiovascular nutrition plan like my Pan Asian Modified Mediterranean (PAMM) diet, which features lots of whole grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and healthy fats like olive oil. Some foods that…

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Mediterranean Eating for a Healthy Heart

…help prevent heart attack and stroke. Now, technically I prefer to combine the Mediterranean diet with a taste of Asia to create what I call the Pan Asian Mediterranean (PAM) diet. PAM emphasizes fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, lean protein, and healthy fats at every meal. For best results, here's…

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Will Aspirin Work For You?

…to be covered by 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…

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The Heart-Brain Connection

…research indicates that, 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…

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