cholesterol

Common sense is making a comeback. Discredited findings, diet nazis, and the fact that no two people feel the same way about the same eating regimen: a new study puts fat back where it belongs.
Red meat is a nutrient-rich food, with large quantities of iron, vitamin B12, and proteins; however, red meat is still perceived as not heart-smart, even though scientific evidence disagrees.
Immature greens found to have 40 times more vitamins than mature greens.
The eternal battle between good and bad fats.
We frequently hear about the importance of maintaining "good" cholesterol, but what does these numbers really mean?
The government is still missing the boat on a number of nutritional issues. But we can’t expect them to change everything at once.
Scientists wanted to know how different nutrients affect HDL levels. The highest performers may come as a surprise.
Feeling confused about all the conflicting cholesterol information you hear these days? This book will help sort it all out.
Meat intake is on the rise in the United States, with red meat being the preferred choice of the American people. So is it okay to eat it or is it the red devil that some make it out to be?
While it's true that you can't out-exercise a bad diet, that doesn't mean exercise doesn't help. A new study explored the effects of high-intensity exercise on your lipid profile.
Eggs have had a tough ride in recent years. However the current evidence shows that for almost everyone eggs are a fantastic source of protein, fat, antioxidants, and vitamins.
Eggs. Nature’s perfect food, right? I used to think the same way, but with a wealth of incriminating evidence piling up, eggs have lost their luster for me.
Sometimes I just think researchers hate red meat. Is the new hot news about red meat being bad for you for real? Or is the media hyping it up and missing the actual useful facts about carnitine.
Did you know mushrooms can help your athletic performance? Learn about these three types of mushrooms that can boost your immune system, your endurance, and your training.
Statins are designed to lower cholesterol and prevent heart disease. They are used by many, many people. But do statins negate the positive effects of supplementing with fish oil?