Approximately half of Americans set New Year?s resolutions each year. While change doesn?t come easily, achieving a healthier heart doesn?t have to be complicated. Help your clients and colleagues get their ticker into tip top shape into 2016 with three basic strategies.
At GoodFats101.com, we?ve developed our own list of food and nutrition trends we expect to see this year. Oils, fermented foods, ancient grains and novel proteins topped this year's list.
Deep frying turkey has a long culinary history. With a few safety and ingredient adjustments you can easily keep this Thanksgiving favorite on your holiday menu.
Research suggests that nuts, canola oil and other sources of unsaturated fats help improve cardiovascular risk among people with diabetes.
Researchers are interested in good fats and their role in weight management. Two new studies illustrating the effects of fat on weight are highlighted.