Be it the elderly or the young, heart ailments like cholesterol and blood pressure have become common lifestyle problems. Cardiovascular diseases impose a serious health threat with increased risk of stroke or heart attacks. In ...
What you replace saturated fats with makes all the different to your heart health.
Eating healthier fats could save more than a million people dying from heart disease, says recent research adding that the types of diet changes needed would differ greatly between countries.
If you want to avoid having extra fat around your waist, eat salmon and walnuts, suggests a new research. The study conducted by Uppsala University reveals that people who eat a lot of polyunsaturated fat ...
Nuts contain unsaturated fats, protein and a range of vitamins and minerals that lower cholesterol, inflammation and insulin resistance. A recent study suggests that you should include at least 50 grams of almonds, cashews, chestnuts, ...
Few years ago fat was a bad word and we were told to banish it. Now, health experts and researchers around the world are talking about different types of fats.
There are umpteen benefits of sunflower oil that is sure to make it your go-to oil. Sunflower oil is loaded with Vitamin E and omega 6 fats which makes it a healthy choice.
Oil and butter are widely used in kitchens across the world to come up with a variety of mouth-watering delicacies. They impart taste and flavour and are not entirely interchangeable.
The study provides evidence for the effects of dietary fats and carbohydrate on the regulation of glucose and insulin levels linked to type 2 diabetes.
Love to eat hard cheese, whole milk, butter, beef, and chocolate? Beware, as a new study suggests that regular consumption of such major saturated fatty acids can increase the risk of coronary heart disease.