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23 Sep
Dairy Foods May Be Good for You After All

Dairy Foods May Be Good for You After All

You remember the ad. It asked if you've "got milk?" and said that "milk does a body good."

So, does it? New research suggests it might.

In the study, people who consumed more dairy fat actually had a lower risk of cardiovascular disease than those who dr...

27 Aug
Getting Healthy After Heart Attack Could Add Over 7 Years to Life

Getting Healthy After Heart Attack Could Add Over 7 Years to Life

Heart attack survivors could gain more than seven healthy years of life if they take the right medications and improve their lifestyle, new research estimates.

Unfortunately, studies have found, heart attack survivors rarely get optimal control over their risk factors.

04 Aug
Try These 3 Tips to Lose Those Pandemic Pounds

Try These 3 Tips to Lose Those Pandemic Pounds

If you're like many people, your waistline has expanded during the pandemic.

"The world shut down," said Heather Tressler, a registered dietitian at the Penn State Celiac Clinic at Penn State Health's Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. "Maybe you didn't change what you a...

02 Aug
Just 250 Fewer Calories Per Day Brings Big Health Rewards for Obese Seniors

Just 250 Fewer Calories Per Day Brings Big Health Rewards for Obese Seniors

Seniors, it may be easier than you think to undo the damage of decades of bad eating and precious little exercise.

New research shows that cutting just 250 calories a day and exercising moderately could lead to not only weight loss but improved vascular health in older o...

21 Jul
Eating Meat Raises Risk of Heart Disease: Study

Eating Meat Raises Risk of Heart Disease: Study

Eating beef, lamb, pork and processed meats spells trouble for your heart, and the more you eat, the worse it gets, new research warns.

The meta-analysis -- an overview of data from a large number of studies -- included more than 1.4 million people who were followed for ...

07 Jul
Plant-Based Diet Best for Your Heart

Plant-Based Diet Best for Your Heart

Want to be good to your ticker?

Load up on veggies -- especially beans, Italian researchers recommend.

They've published a comprehensive review of research on eating habits and heart disease that provides consistent evidence that eating less salt and animal protein...

06 Jul
Can You Eat Your Way to Fewer Migraines?

Can You Eat Your Way to Fewer Migraines?

Eating lots of fatty fish and cutting out polyunsaturated fats may reduce the frequency and intensity of migraines, a new study suggests.

Omega-3 fatty acids from fish like tuna, salmon, bluefish and mackerel may help manage migraine, especially in tandem with eliminatin...

01 Jul
Most Americans Don't Follow Diets That Could Prevent Cancer

Most Americans Don't Follow Diets That Could Prevent Cancer

The eating habits of most American adults aren't in line with dietary guidelines that can reduce the risk of cancer, a new study finds.

Researchers examined data from nearly 31,000 U.S. adult participants in the annual National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.

29 Jun
Healthy Living Can Lower Your Odds for Alzheimer's

Healthy Living Can Lower Your Odds for Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's disease has no cure, but one expert says it may be possible to reduce the risks of developing the disease with healthy lifestyle changes.

There are two different types of Alzheimer's. Early-onset typically affects patients before age 65. Late-onset affects ol...

24 Jun
Potato Chips, Fatty Lunches Greatly Raise Your Heart Risks

Potato Chips, Fatty Lunches Greatly Raise Your Heart Risks

A steady lunch routine of cheeseburgers and fries may shorten your life, but loading your dinner plate with vegetables could do the opposite.

Those are among the findings of a new study looking at the potential health effects of not only what people eat, but when.

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09 Jun
'Plant-Based' or Low-Fat Diet: Which Is Better for Your Heart?

'Plant-Based' or Low-Fat Diet: Which Is Better for Your Heart?

Hoping to eat your way to a healthier heart?

Diets rich in plant foods may beat low-fat eating regimens for cutting the risk of heart disease and stroke, a new study finds.

Saturated fat, the kind largely found in animal products, has long been viewed as the enemy ...

07 Jun
Two Common Eating Habits That Can Really Pile on Pounds

Two Common Eating Habits That Can Really Pile on Pounds

The portion of food that you put on your plate and how fast you eat it could determine how much you're eating -- or potentially overeating.

A new study found that when people were given larger portions of macaroni and cheese for lunch, they ate more, as much as 43% more...

10 May
Vegetarian Diet Could Help Fight Off Disease: Study

Vegetarian Diet Could Help Fight Off Disease: Study

There's more evidence that a switch away from meat in your diet could cut levels of unhealthy "biomarkers" that encourage disease, researchers say.

A new study reported Saturday at the virtual European Congress on Obesity (ECO) found that people on vegetarian diets have ...

22 Apr
Chocolate, Butter, Sodas: Avoid These Foods for a Healthier Middle Age

Chocolate, Butter, Sodas: Avoid These Foods for a Healthier Middle Age

It's no secret that too much sugar and saturated fat aren't good for you, but what food combos put you at greater risk for heart disease and death in middle age?

The answer, from a new University of Oxford study, is likely to disappoint a lot of folks.

Researchers ...

06 Apr
She's Beating Leukemia With a Healthy Change to Her Diet

She's Beating Leukemia With a Healthy Change to Her Diet

Angie Gaytan never cared much for beets, but beets sure do love her -- doctors say that veggie shakes, fruits, beet juice and other healthy foods likely helped the 16-year-old defeat her life-threatening leukemia.

Such a healthy diet helped more than Angie: A new study f...

12 Mar
Switch to Plant-Based Diet Can Cut Your Odds for Stroke

Switch to Plant-Based Diet Can Cut Your Odds for Stroke

A healthy, plant-based diet could reduce your risk of stroke by up to 10%, researchers say.

This type of diet includes greater amounts of foods like vegetables, whole grains and beans, and fewer less-healthy foods like refined grains or added sugars.

"Many studies ...

24 Feb
Diet Change Cured One Woman's Rare Leg Ulcers

Diet Change Cured One Woman's Rare Leg Ulcers

For people who have livedoid vasculopathy, which causes painful ulcers on the feet and lower legs, new research may bring newfound hope.

The disease is a rare medical mystery with no known cause and no commonly accepted cure, according to researchers who outlined the c...

19 Jan
Fried Food a Big Factor in Heart Disease, Stroke

Fried Food a Big Factor in Heart Disease, Stroke

Delicious but deadly: Eating fried food is tied to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke, a new study suggests.

The risk rises with each additional 4-ounce serving per week, a research team in China found.

For the study, the investigators analyzed 19 previ...

08 Jan
Mediterranean Diet Could Help Stop Prostate Cancer's Spread

Mediterranean Diet Could Help Stop Prostate Cancer's Spread

Food as medicine: New research suggests that a healthy Mediterranean diet might lower the risk of prostate cancer progressing to a more advanced state.

The relative lack of saturated fat in these diets might be a major reason why.

The Mediterranean diet is "known f...

07 Dec
Get Rid of Red Meat to Help Your Heart: Study

Get Rid of Red Meat to Help Your Heart: Study

Another study has confirmed what scientists have long known -- eating a lot of red meat may be bad for your heart.

On the other hand, opting for plant-based proteins instead of ordering a steak may boost your cardiovascular health.

In a new study, researchers foll...

23 Nov
Vegan Diets Tied to Higher Bone Fracture Risk

Vegan Diets Tied to Higher Bone Fracture Risk

Chew on this: Vegans face a 43% higher risk for bone fractures than meat eaters, a large British study warns.

The rise in risk was not confined to vegans, who eat no meat, fish, dairy or eggs. The researchers also identified a notably higher risk for hip fractures among ...

12 Nov
Living Healthy Good for Your Heart, Even if You're on Meds

Living Healthy Good for Your Heart, Even if You're on Meds

No matter how many medications you take, eating a healthy diet, not smoking and getting plenty of exercise will help keep you alive, a new study finds.

"We've long known about the benefits of leading a healthy lifestyle. The results from our study underscore the importan...

03 Nov
Tips for a Healthier Holiday Season

Tips for a Healthier Holiday Season

Give your heart the gift of healthy eating this Thanksgiving, the American Heart Association suggests.

"It's easy to get off track from making healthy choices during the holidays, and the pandemic may add to the stress," Dr. Anne Thorndike, chair of the American Hea...

16 Sep
Keep High Blood Pressure at Bay With Healthy Lifestyle

Keep High Blood Pressure at Bay With Healthy Lifestyle

Want to fend off high blood pressure? New research adds to the pile of evidence showing that living healthy can help you avoid hypertension.

The study included nearly 3,000 Black and white U.S. adults, aged 45 and older, who didn't have high blood pressure at the st...

02 Sep
New Weight-Loss Program Shows Promise Among Low-Income Americans

New Weight-Loss Program Shows Promise Among Low-Income Americans

Lifestyle interventions can help people lose weight, but experts have worried whether such programs can work in low-income communities where obesity rates can be high and access to health care can be limited.

Until now.

A new study found that when these pro...

27 Aug
Some Vegetarian Diets Are Much Healthier Than Others

Some Vegetarian Diets Are Much Healthier Than Others

For a host of reasons, millions worldwide are deciding to give up meat and focus on a plant-based diet.

But new research out of Greece is a reminder that not all vegetarian diets are healthy -- especially for people who are already obese.

"The quality of pl...

13 Jul
Getting Your Protein From Plants a Recipe for Longevity

Getting Your Protein From Plants a Recipe for Longevity

Swapping out tofu for your morning eggs or using beans instead of ground beef in your chili could help you live longer, a new study reports.

Getting your daily protein from plants instead of animals appears to reduce your overall risk of early death, researchers foun...

10 Jul
High-Fiber, Low-Fat Diet May Help People With Ulcerative Colitis

High-Fiber, Low-Fat Diet May Help People With Ulcerative Colitis

A low-fat, high-fiber diet may improve the quality of life of patients with ulcerative colitis, a new study finds.

"Patients with inflammatory bowel disease always ask us what they should eat to make their symptoms better," said researcher Dr. Maria Abreu. She's a p...

05 Mar
Olive Oil Could Help Lower Your Heart Disease Risk

Olive Oil Could Help Lower Your Heart Disease Risk

If you love to drizzle a bit of olive oil on your salad, a new study suggests a side benefit to that tasty fat: a lower risk of heart disease.

The research, funded by the National Institutes of Health, found that people who had more than half a tablespoon of olive o...

29 Jan
Eating Out: A Recipe for Poor Nutrition, Study Finds

Eating Out: A Recipe for Poor Nutrition, Study Finds

Whether you're stopping at a casual fast-food place or sitting down to eat in a full-service restaurant, eating out is an easy way to fill up when you're hungry. But those meals may not deliver much nutritional value, a new study suggests.

The researchers found that...

17 Jan
Could a Switch to Skim Milk Add Years to Your Life?

Could a Switch to Skim Milk Add Years to Your Life?

If you want to slow down the aging process, it might not hurt to replace whole milk with skim, new research suggests.

The study of over 5,800 U.S. adults found that those who regularly indulged in higher-fat milk had shorter telomeres in t...

26 Dec
'Intermittent Fasting' Diet Could Boost Your Health

'Intermittent Fasting' Diet Could Boost Your Health

Here comes the new year, and with it hordes of folks looking for ways to fulfill resolutions to eat healthy.

Intermittent fasting is a legitimate option they might want to consider, claims a new review in the Dec. 26 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine

24 Sep
Americans Are Still Eating Too Many 'Bad' Carbs

Americans Are Still Eating Too Many 'Bad' Carbs

Decades into the obesity epidemic, Americans are still eating far too much sugar, starch and saturated fat, a new report claims.

Since 1999, Americans have cut down a bit on "low-quality" carbs, like heavily processed grains and snack foods with added sugar. But that...

13 Sep
What's the Right Balance of Fats and Carbs?

What's the Right Balance of Fats and Carbs?

What is the perfect amount of fats and carbohydrates for a healthy diet? Scientists from McMaster University in Canada analyzed food diaries from more than 135,000 people in 18 countries around the world to find out.

The answer supports the old adage that moderation...

03 Sep
5 Ways to Cut the Fat From Your Diet

5 Ways to Cut the Fat From Your Diet

About half of all Americans take steps to limit or avoid saturated fats, the kind found in foods like fatty red meat and cream. But fewer than one-third stick to the limit set by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans to keep saturated fat intake under 10% of daily calories....

15 Aug
Fast-Food Joints in the Neighborhood? Heart Attack Rates Likely to Go Up

Fast-Food Joints in the Neighborhood? Heart Attack Rates Likely to Go Up

If you live in a neighborhood where fast-food restaurants abound, you might be more likely to have a heart attack, new research suggests.

It turns out that heart attack rates are higher in neighborhoods with more fast-food joints, the Australian study found.

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22 Jul
The Great Fat Debate: How Much Is Unhealthy?

The Great Fat Debate: How Much Is Unhealthy?

Experts have redefined the role of fat in healthy eating, but before you grab a chunk of cheese or another pat of butter, understand the differences between the various types of fat in your diet.

For decades, guidelines recommended limiting total dietary fat to no mo...

21 Jun
Still Too Much Processed Meat, Too Little Fish in U.S. Diets

Still Too Much Processed Meat, Too Little Fish in U.S. Diets

Americans are eating as much processed meat as they did two decades ago, and have not increased the amount of fish they consume.

That's the bad news from new research on dietary data, which also found one-quarter of U.S. adults eat more than the recommended amount of u...

16 May
Are Diets High in Processed Foods a Recipe for Obesity?

Are Diets High in Processed Foods a Recipe for Obesity?

Researchers have long believed the obesity epidemic is at least partly related to the proliferation of highly processed foods. Now, new research suggests the connection is real.

In a tightly controlled lab study, scientists found that people ate many more calories --...

15 May
Low-Fat Diet Could Be a Weapon Against Breast Cancer

Low-Fat Diet Could Be a Weapon Against Breast Cancer

Health experts have long touted the benefits of a low-fat diet for preventing heart disease, but now a large study suggests it might do the same against breast cancer.

Researchers found that eating low-fat foods reduced a woman's risk of dying from breast cancer by 2...

23 Apr
Veggies, Fruits and Grains Keep Your Heart Pumping

Veggies, Fruits and Grains Keep Your Heart Pumping

As if you needed any more proof that fruits, vegetables and whole grains are good for you, a new study finds they may cut your chances of heart failure by 41%.

Conversely, the so-called Southern diet, which focuses on meats, fried and processed foods and lots of ...

22 Apr
Could Diabetes Drug Metformin Help Keep People Slim?

Could Diabetes Drug Metformin Help Keep People Slim?

New research suggests a first-line drug for treating type 2 diabetes -- metformin -- may help people with pre-diabetes maintain long-term weight loss.

People who lost weight while taking metformin maintained a loss of about 6% of their body weight for six to 15 ...

13 Mar
The Saturated Fat Debate Rages On

The Saturated Fat Debate Rages On

It's hard to keep up with the findings from studies on the health effects of saturated fat -- you know, the fat typically found in animal foods, from red meat to whole milk. But one thing's certain.

For every study that finds saturated fats unhealthy, there's another...

12 Mar
Healthy Diet Might Not Lower Dementia Risk

Healthy Diet Might Not Lower Dementia Risk

A long-running study questions the conventional wisdom that a healthy diet may help ward off dementia.

European researchers followed more than 8,200 middle-aged adults for 25 years -- looking at whether diet habits swayed the odds of being diagnosed with dementia. In...

07 Mar
Yo-Yo Dieting Can Take a Toll on Your Heart

Yo-Yo Dieting Can Take a Toll on Your Heart

A lot of people struggle to maintain their ideal weight, but repeatedly losing and regaining pounds -- known as yo-yo dieting -- probably won't do your heart any favors.

A new study found that women who lost at least 10 pounds, but then put that weight back on within...

07 Mar
Healthy Diet While Young, Healthy Brain in Middle Age

Healthy Diet While Young, Healthy Brain in Middle Age

Young adults who eat a heart-healthy diet may also be protecting their brain in middle age, a new study suggests.

It included more than 2,600 participants who were an average age of 25 at enrollment and followed for 30 years. They were asked about their eating habits...

01 Mar
Fast Food Delivers Even More Calories Than Decades Ago

Fast Food Delivers Even More Calories Than Decades Ago

Fast food fans today are ordering off menus that have grown more apt to make them fat.

Portion sizes have risen dramatically over the past three decades at the most popular fast food restaurants in the United States, a new study has found.

As a result, the ...

21 Feb
Fast Food Versus Fast Casual -- Which Has More Calories?

Fast Food Versus Fast Casual -- Which Has More Calories?

Fast-food restaurants get a bad rap for menus chockful of high-fat, high-salt foods with little nutrition. But are fast casual and sit-down chains better? The answer may surprise you.

A University of South Carolina study looked at the calories in lunch and dinner ent...

20 Feb
High-Fat Diets Do No Favors for Your Gut Bacteria

High-Fat Diets Do No Favors for Your Gut Bacteria

Has a high-fat meal ever left you feeling bloated and sluggish? It turns out that a heavier fat diet may keep the many bacteria that live in your digestive system from doing their best, too.

New research found that when people boosted their fat intake to 40 percent ...

13 Feb
How Inactivity and Junk Food Can Harm Your Brain

How Inactivity and Junk Food Can Harm Your Brain

If you're in your 50s and your typical day involves sitting at a desk followed by lounging on the sofa and succumbing to late-night snacks, the long-term toll on your mind might be greater than you think.

Like dominoes, an unhealthy lifestyle can trigger inflammation...

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