Let’s take a top-down look at what cholesterol is, what makes it good or bad, and what women can do to improve their overall heart health.
Women, ask yourself: How do I know if my heart is healthy? As a woman and a cardiologist, here is what you need to know, even if you have no symptoms
Did you realize that breakfast is recommended for heart health? When you’re too busy to eat, try one of these easy, healthy breakfast ideas!
Your risk for heart disease changes based on what you eat and how you live. According to one study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, almost half of the cardiometabolic deaths are associated with diet. The factor that contributed to most dietary-related deaths was too much sodium. The second biggest factor was not eating enough nuts and seeds.