This week, I got an email that Starbucks® has just launched a new line of coffee in my area. These coffees, called Oleato™, are made from arabica coffee beans and extra virgin olive oil. Are these a good choice for your heart health?
Do you focus on the salt shaker when you want to reduce the salty foods in your diet?
You are not alone if you believe skipping the salt shaker is enough to keep your salt intake low.
But what is surprising is that is not the main source of salt in your foods.
Tentative schedule of online cooking classes for 2022. Date and time don’t work for you? Sign up and you will get a link to a recording if you miss the class. Recordings are sent within 24 hours and remain available for you to watch for two weeks. Want to see a class that’s already beenContinue reading “2022 Cooking Classes”
Do you think eating low sodium means bland boring foods? No way. that will never work, and we both know it.
Let’s talk about how you can reduce the salt in your diet and still enjoy delicious and flavorful foods that you love.
Knowing the signs and symptoms of a heart attack just may save a life. Men and women may have different signs and symptoms of a heart attack.
Review the signs here and seek treatment if you have any signs or symptoms. It is better to seek treatment 50 times and be wrong, then ignore it and when you are right.
Ever done things “right” but the scale went up or your cholesterol didn’t change? It’s okay. You still reduced risk for heart disease.
You have probably heard that red wine is good for your heart health. Many past studies have indicated that moderate drinking may reduce risk of heart disease.
More recent studies are calling earlier conclusions into question due to confounding factors.
So, what is the latest on wine and heart health?