When it comes to improving inflammation, eating an egg for breakfast might be better than oatmeal. (more…)
A recently published study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that men who consumed moderate amounts of eggs and moderate-to-large quantities of cholesterol did not exhibit greater coronary artery disease (CAD) rates or greater coronary artery intima-media thickness over a 20 year period than did men who ate fewer eggs or less cholesterol. The lack of a relationship...
Two eggs a day for breakfast were neutral with respect to heart health risk factors in adults with coronary artery disease. Researchers from the Yale University Prevention Research Center investigated the effects of eating eggs for breakfast for 6 weeks among 32 older adults with coronary artery disease (CAD). (more…)
February is Heart Month – a great time to not only pamper your loved ones but also to think about your cardiovascular (CVD) health. (more…)
When it comes to protein and heart health, blanket statements about animal or protein sources are too simplistic. (more…)