For years, we’ve heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But scientific support for that idea has been surprisingly meager, and a spate of new research at several different universities — published in multiple articles in the August issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition — could change the way we think about early-hours eating.
Our deepest condolences go out to the family, friends and fans of Robin Williams. He was an amazing Artist and Icon and will continue to be recognized as one of the greatest Actors and Comedians in history.
It is common for you to feel sad or depressed after a heart attack, cardiac surgery or procedure, recent hospitalization, or new diagnosis of heart disease. These emotions may be the result of not knowing what to expect or not being able to do simple tasks without becoming overly tired.
About 30 percent of heart attacks, strokes and deaths from heart disease can be prevented in people at high risk if they switch to a Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil, nuts, beans, fish, fruits and vegetables, and even drink wine with meals, a large and rigorous new study has found.
The incidence of stroke in the United States has declined significantly over the past two decades, a new analysis has found. The article released by the NY Times (read it here) is even more compelling evidence how further research, education and prevention is important for fighting Heart Disease. Florida Heart is dedicated to this cause and will continue to educate the public as well as provide Free Health Screenings for the underserved throughout the State of Florida as we continue our research programs.