Tag: cardiologist

If You’re at Risk for Heart Failure, a Plant-Based Diet May Be the Way to Go

Vegetarian and vegan diets may help prevent heart failure. New research published by the American College of Cardiology reveals that adults who consumed a diet that contained less fried, processed and sugary foods were at a lower risk of suffering from heart failure later in life. Each year, more than 5.7 million Americans experience cardiac failure. As cheap, processed and… Read more →

How to Stop Clogged Arteries and Stay Healthy

          Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States and of its many causes, atherosclerosis tops the list. Atherosclerosis is a fatty build-up on blood vessel walls. It’s linked to a wide range of serious health issues, and when it causes thickening of the coronary arteries — the large blood vessels… Read more →

Lack of Exercise is Worse for your Heart than Smoking, Diabetes and Heart Disease

A study that has been under observation since the early 1990’s has come to the conclusion that a lack of exercise is worse for your heart than smoking, diabetes and heart disease. It may seem uncanny for such illnesses to affect your heart less than a non mobile body, but after 122,000 patients, physicians  are pretty certain. It is important… Read more →