scores of young professionals who aspire to be heart-healthy
trooped to the camp to interact with their celebrity fitspirations as they learned and enjoyed new fitness techniques-all for free.
Researchers followed more than 1,000 individuals with an average age of 72 and found that those who met more goals for heart-healthy
living, established by the American Heart Association (AHA), showed faster thinking skills and exhibited less deterioration in brain processing speed, memory and executive function (focusing, planning, organization, time management, and other cognitive skills) at the study follow-up six years later.
You've probably heard that a healthy diet is important for cardiac health--but exactly what is a heart-healthy
In February, you have Valentine's Day, which is focused on the heart, and then of course it's American Heart Month, which is all about encouraging people to adopt more heart-healthy
behaviors," said Graham.
Older adults were among those most likely to see alcohol as good for them, and on average, those perceiving alcohol as heart-healthy
consumed 47 percent more alcohol on a regular basis than those who viewed alcohol as unhealthy.
The focus of World Heart Day is creating heart-healthy
environments where persons live, work and play.
LIVERPOOL'S most successful gymnast, Beth Tweddle, is supporting the British Heart Foundation to help promote heart-healthy
lifestyles in schools.
But what exactly does a heart-healthy
diet look like?
Most people know that a heart-healthy
diet includes olive or canola oil rather than butter, less animal protein and processed foods, and more fish, beans, whole grains, and vegetables.
But if you're I shopping specifically with a heart-healthy
diet in mind, what foods should you stock up on the next time you go shopping?
4 ALMONDS contain large amounts of phytonutrients, especially plant sterols and flavanoids, which are heart-healthy
Kris-Etherton, Distinguished Professor of Nutrition, Penn State, said that this research added to the significant evidence, including work previously done in their lab, that supported lean beef's role in a heart-healthy
diet and this study showed that nutrient-rich lean beef could be included as part of a heart-healthy
diet that reduces blood pressure, which could help lower the risk for cardiovascular disease.