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The link between high intake of fruit and vegetables and a reduced risk of ischemic heart disease has been given more scientific weight by the latest results from the large-scale European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC)-Heart study. In the study published, people who ate at least eight portions of fruit and vegetables a […]

Energy Drinks Pose Serious Health Risks for Young People

Posted by: admin on: August 11, 2011

A lack of research and regulation associated with energy drinks, combined with reports of toxicity and high consumption, may result in potentially dangerous health consequences in children, adolescents, and young adults, according to a review of According to the review, self-report surveys indicate that energy drinks are regularly consumed by 30% to 50% of children, […]

When we do epidemiologic studies and try to see what people’s habits are, one thing that seems to come out over and over again is that people who consume fish seem to have less cardiovascular disease, particularly less coronary disease. The reason for this seems to be the n-3 marine fatty acids in fish, and […]

Choose wisely to make meals the healthiest they can be

Posted by: admin on: August 5, 2011

Diet plays a critical role in the prevention of heart disease. Follow these tips from Jackson and Dr. John Flack, chief of medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine Salt.  New guidelines for adults released Feb. 1 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend no more than 2,300 milligrams of salt […]

Sea Salt Just as Salty, and Limit the Wine, AHA Says

Posted by: admin on: August 5, 2011

  Most Americans erroneously believe that sea salt is a low-sodium alternative to table salt, according to an American Heart Association (AHA) survey. Among 1,000 Americans surveyed, 61% thought sea salt was the healthier choice, and less than a quarter knew that the daily recommendation for sodium intake maxes out at 1,500 mg, the survey […]


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