People who eat very quickly do not give their bodies time to realize it is full – meaning they tend to eat more, according to cardiologists based at Hiroshima University in Japan.
Texas researchers discovered the seed husks are rich in protective compounds which may prevent the growth of malignant tumours and the build-up of fat inside our arteries. It could be used in treatments for cancer, heart disease and other illnesses.
Is a whole food plant-based diet the answer to our chronic modern diseases? Find out in this new 2017 short documentary, which features a number of doctors discussing the benefits of a vegan diet, including Dr Kim Williams (immediate past president of the US College of Cardiology) as well as others.
According to the Heart Foundation, about 720,000 people suffer from heart attacks each year, which translates into someone having a heart attack every 34 seconds. Moreover, heart disease, the leading cause of death in the US, currently claims the lives of one out of every four adults. But, you can take steps to protect yourself. […]
Over a quarter of the planet’s population is suffering from fat-related health problems, a stunning report warns. And four million people died in 2015 as a direct result of being overweight and struck by cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other killer conditions.
During a major 5 year study by the University of Glasgow, Scotland, researchers studying the health of more than 250,000 people, compared the health of people who actively commuted to work with people who mostly used public transport or a car. The authors found significant improvements in health and longevity among the cyclists.
Dr. Ellsworth Wareham is a famous cardiothoracic surgeon who retired at the age of 95. He believes his healthful lifestyle contributes to his longevity and shares his experiences and thoughts in this short interview. He is still living and healthy at the age of 102 as of this date.