Come winters and the sweet potatoes or locally called Shakarkandi is available at every street and local market. This Christmas and New Year, try a traditional sweet potato dish to relish with family and friends.
A nutrient-rich diet devoid of trans-fats along with less salt and fat content could help you go a long way in maintaining heart health. While most of us have heard this number of times, we ...
Heart health is as important an issue for women as it is for men. The main reasons for this increased prevalence are added work stress and unhealthy lifestyle habits.
In a setback to those who have switched to low-saturated fat diets for better heart health, a leading US cardiovascular research scientist has claimed diets low in saturated fat or based on Omega 6 fats ...
A new study has claimed that eating more of plant-based foods and less of animal-based foods can lead to a better heart health and reduces the risk of death from serious heart diseases.
High cholesterol, which is a known factor for the decrease in heart health may harm more than our cardiovascular systems and lead to bone loss, say researchers including one of Indian-origin.
A recent study from researchers at the University of Nottingham published in 'The Journal of Physiology', emphasised on the poor paternal diet that may have an impact on the heart health of the offspring.
A recently conducted experiment discovered that bran of foxtail millet contains a type of protein that can be good for heart health.
On this Heart Month 2017, let's start paying more attention to our heart. Here are 10 expert tips to maintain good heart health.
Heart disease is a growing health concern, with many Indians suffering heart attack or stroke. Here are some yoga asanas that are said to boost heart health.
According to a study, just 30 minutes of running on a treadmill can reshape your damaged heart tissue.