Tag: heart disease

Eating Well

Whole Dairy Is Just Fine For Hearts

Go ahead, eat that cheese. Whole dairy products–cheese, milk and yogurt- do not increase the likelihood of stroke or heart disease, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. A university news release reports that the study, which included nearly 3,000 […]

Eating Well

Yes, You Can Eat Red Meat

Red meat may have been getting a bad rap. Now comes research from professors of nutrition science at Purdue University suggesting that red meat, if it is eaten along with a Mediterranean diet, isn’t all that bad.  A Purdue news release reports that the study compared Mediterranean-style eating patterns with […]


Aerobic Fitness Cuts Heart Risk in Half

OK, it’s unsurprising that fit people have fewer heart events than those who are out of shape, but a new study by researchers at Stanford University gives us the numbers: people with the highest aerobic fitness have half as much heart disease as less fit people, even if their genetic […]