The Good Egg?

The Good Egg?

The research on eggs over the years has been confusing, to say the least. One year, they’re “bad” because they…

Is It Time to Stop Skimming over Full-Fat Dairy?

Is It Time to Stop Skimming over Full-Fat Dairy?

Americans consume about 150 pounds of milk and eat nearly 40 pounds of cheese and 20 pounds of ice cream…

Ask the Harvard Experts: For Some, Marine Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplements Can Reduce Risk of Heart Attack

Ask the Harvard Experts: For Some, Marine Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplements Can Reduce Risk of Heart Attack

Q: In general, I eat a well-balanced diet and consider myself to be healthy. Should I be taking a daily…

Why (and How) to Cut Saturated Fats From Your Diet

Why (and How) to Cut Saturated Fats From Your Diet

The 411 on limiting saturated fats. Chances are, nothing good comes to mind when you hear those words. That’s because…

Heart disease is a woman’s disease

Heart disease is a woman’s disease

Environmental Nutrition In the U.S., 1 in 4 women will die from heart disease — almost half a million deaths…

An Aspirin a Day May Keep Heart Attacks and Strokes Away

An Aspirin a Day May Keep Heart Attacks and Strokes Away

Aspirin is like the Swiss army knife of medications—it can relieve pain, fever and inflammation and can also help prevent…

Sugar isn’t sweet for your heart

Sugar isn’t sweet for your heart

Environmental Nutrition:  By Judy Thalheimer, R.D., L.D.N., Environmental Nutrition Newsletter People who consume more added sugars have a higher risk…