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Study: For Heart Health Benefits of Plant-Based Diet, Avoid Junk Food

People following a plant-based diet while also frequently eating unhealthy foods, such as sweets, juices and refined grains, showed no heart health benefits compared...

Healthy BP is Consumers’ Top Heart Health Goal, Lycored Finds

Beer Sheva, Israel—Healthy blood pressure is consumers’ top cardiovascular wellness goal, according to research by Lycored. A press release from the company notes that...

There’s No Harm in Egg Consumption, New Research Finds

Hamilton, ON—A team of researchers from the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI) of McMaster University found from three large, long-term, multinational studies, that there...

Keys to a Healthy Heart

Healthy lifestyle factors can prevent it, yet it’s the number one health threat in the world, says Trisha Sugarek MacDonald, BS, MS, Sr. Director...

Let’s Show the Heart Some Love

In this issue, we’re covering a topic we’ve covered before: Natural strategies to promote cardiovascular health. In fact, WholeFoods Magazine has offered a deep...

Study Associates Walnuts with Gut Health

Pennsylvania—Walnuts may promote a healthy gut microbiome—and, according to researchers at Penn State, that good-for-you bacteria could be what makes walnuts so heart-healthy. Researchers studied...

Maintaining Healthy Blood Pressure with Lifestyle and Nutrition

Click here to listen. In this interview, Jim LaValle discusses the whys and how’s of achieving healthier blood pressure levels. Jim discusses the nutrients that...

STRENGTH Omega-3 Trial Discontinued

The STRENGTH trial for Epanova, omega-3 carboxylic acids, has been discontinued due to its low likelihood of demonstrating a benefit to patients with mixed...

Drinking Tea May Lead to Longer Life, Study Finds

Beijing, China—Drinking tea at least three times a week is linked with a longer and healthier life, according to a study published in the...

Study: Sugar is Still Bad—Unless It Comes from This Source

Newark, DE—Added sugar is still bad, according to new research from the University of Delaware. But eating whole fruit is not—and is actually linked...