Still have questions about unsaturated fats and your heart? Are those questions even more complicated by the use of carbohydrates? A new study just published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology may have the answers you're looking for.
We've all heard that regular exercise can help reduce the risk of heart disease. But new research is pointing out just how critical getting enough exercise can be!
A new study from The Harvard School of Public Health titled "Red Meat Consumption and Mortality" came to the conclusion that red meat causes a thirteen percent increased risk of death while substituting other healthy protein sources for red meat lowers mortality risk.