Food fads and nutrition myths related to the health of your heart debunked - Hindustan Times

We give a lowdown of all the popular fads and facts you need to know to keep your heart healthy. health and fitness Updated: Mar 01, 2017 08:14 IST. AFP. Food Facts. Are eggs and nuts healthy for your heart? Yes, but only if consumed in limited ...

Some Health Fads May Not Be All That Healthy - WebMD

MONDAY, Feb. 27, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Juicing may be a popular health fad, but evidence suggests it could actually be detrimental to a good diet. The same goes for coconut oil, which is loaded with saturated fat but has emerged as another dietary ...

Avoid celebrity fad diets and just eat your greens to stay healthy, say experts - Mirror.co.uk

Fad diets are a waste of time – if you want to keep your heart healthy, eat your greens, say scientists. A report says lean red meat, low-fat dairy and vegetable oils are not harmful, but trendy celeb diets such as gluten free, antioxidant pills and ...

Juicing, coconut oil & gluten-free 'fads' are detrimental to a good diet, cardiologist claims - Evening Standard

There have been a lot – a lot – of fad diets fading in and out of popularity over the last few years. Thanks to the dubiously named "clean eating" trend, we've seen gluten and wheat pushed to the wayside, a rise in juices and dietary supplements and ...

Nutritionists Claim that Fad Diets Might Not Be that Healthy - Council Chronicle

Nutritionists indicate that fad diets are not as healthy as one may think they are. Specialists indicated that fad diets might not be as healthy as some claim them to be. A new review which comprises about 40 years of studies reported that scientists ...

Dietary fad or healthy diet? The best foods to protect your heart - Yahoo News

Scientists have spoken against a number of dietary fads that bring no health benefits to the heart. Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide – in 2012 they represented 31% of all deaths globally. Poor cardiovascular health is ...

Juicing up can bring you down: Food fads, nutrition myths debunked in report - Inquirer.net

Thirty grams of nuts a day boosts heart health, but be wary of portion size as they are high in calories. Image: Aleksandar Zoric/Istock.com via AFP Relaxnews. Despite recent food trends encouraging us to breakfast on protein-rich eggs, sip on green ...

Juicing isn't actually good for you and your diet is probably dumb - Popular Science

Full disclosure: I don't really get juicing. Don't get me wrong, I've slurped down some delicious veggie and ginger concoctions and done my fair share of shots of lemon and turmeric. But spending 10 bucks on—or trying to replace breakfast with—a ...

'Avoid fads and stick to diet guidelines,' say US heart experts - NHS Choices

"Avoid celebrity fad diets and just eat your greens to stay healthy," the Daily Mirror reports. A review carried out by US cardiologists found little evidence fads like juicing and coconut oil prevent heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases ...

How Do Fad Diets Actually Affect Heart Health? - Tech Times

Humans' dietary requirements have not really changed through the years, with the most heart-healthy diet being mostly plant-based or predominantly vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and limited animal products, if any. ( Milos Bicanski | Getty Images ).

A Cardiologist Explains Which Health Food Fads Are Actually Good for You - Fortune

Fat was the enemy — until it was rather abruptly usurped by sugar. Now nuts and whole-milk dairy products are making a comeback, while artificial sweeteners and sugar-laced low-fat snacks and drinks are viewed with a sudden suspicion. If you're ...

5 health fads that may not be that healthy - Health24

According to a new study some health trends have no real value – like gluten-free diets in the case of people who don't have gluten sensitivity. 0. iStock. Related. 5 ways to ensure you stick to your healthy eating plan · 'Health foods' may be far less ...

Why you should avoid celebrity diet fads and do this simple thing to stay healthy - Birmingham Mail

And researchers claim if you want to keep your heart healthy, all you need to do is eat your greens, Mirror Online reports. A report has revealed lean red meat, low-fat dairy and vegetable oils are not harmful, but trendy celeb diets such as gluten ...

Lean meat and low-fat dairy will not harm your heart - Herald Scotland

A little lean red meat, low-fat and fat-free dairy products, and vegetable oils are not harmful to your heart, scientists said. But fad diets such as gluten free, antioxidant pills, juicing, and other trendy celebrity- endorsed diets may be overrated ...

Researchers aim to debunk myths on antioxidant pills, juicing, other dietary fads - Medical Xpress

Researchers analyzed nutrition studies in a new review published today in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, which intends to cut through the confusion about the best dietary patterns to reduce heart disease. The review concludes ...

Are Any Fad Diets Actually Healthy? What the Research Shows - Live Science

With so many diet fads around these days, how do you know which ones are actually good for you? In a new review of studies covering about 40 years, researchers attempted to dispel the hype surrounding some popular diet trends and to outline what ...

How food fads and diet trends fare for heart health - ABC News

Every year Americans adopt new diet trends, from the juicing craze to gluten-free diets, and each new fad promises health benefits such as weight loss and higher energy. But, as specific diets become more popular, doctors wanted to assess whether they ...

Want A Long Life With A Healthy Heart? Here's What To Eat (And What Not To) - Forbes

By now, most people are aware that one of the biggest factors contributing to—or harming—your heart's health is what you put in your mouth. Whether it's what you drink, what you eat or supplements or medications you take, diet is second only to ...

Don't believe everything you read when it comes to fad diets - WTNH Connecticut News (press release)

(ABC NEWS) – Juice cleanses, gluten-free diets, antioxidant supplements that promise to keep us young and vital. All quick, all easy! Are they all too good to be true, as well? Fad diets and nutritional products aren't always supported by science. And ...

The new heart rules: Cut down on eggs, forget antioxidant pills, and for God's sake STOP juicing: US surgeons ... - Daily Mail

When it comes to a heart-healthy diet, experts have recommended everything from antioxidant pills to juicing to gluten-free diets. But according to new guidelines issued by US surgeons, many of these claims are not only unsubstantiated, but incredibly ...