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    Heart attack: Avoid fat-free or low-fat labelled food to reduce risk

    Heart and circulatory diseases cause around a quarter of all deaths in the UK, so it is very important to act fast if you think you are experiencing signs of a heart attack. A heart attack is a serious condition where the supply of blood to the heart is suddenly blocked, and needs to be treated in hospital as quickly as possible. The NHS says that eating an unhealthy diet that is high in fat will make hardening of the arteries worse and increase your risk of a heart attack. It says that you should aim to follow a Mediterranean-style  

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    Your Heart and Diet: A Heart-Healthy Way to Eat

    Experts have long known that animal products like beef, lamb, pork and veal have a disproportionately negative impact on the environment. Raising animals requires more water and land and generates more greenhouse gases than growing protein-rich plants does. “This is a win-win for individuals and our environment,” Dr. Lichtenstein said. However, she cautioned, if a plant-based diet is overloaded with refined carbohydrates and sugars, it will raise the risk of Type 2 diabetes and heart disease. And she discouraged relying on popular plant-based meat alternatives that are ultra-processed and often high in sodium, unhealthy fats and calories, and that “may  

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    Food For Thought with Kat | Fat follies: Nature gave fats a purpose | Arts And Culture

    Fat. The word has so many connotations and meanings and it was a main describing factor for me in fourth grade. Just ask Lucas Mahuta. Or Zac Grimes. As I was vilified in grade school, so too is fat, and it has been since the fat-free movement in the 1990s and before. Fat-free, low-fat, no-fat diets abounded, were basically proven to work, but not to achieve the long-term effects they set out to, and were subsequently widely discredited as far as their ultimate health benefits went. Fat is certainly not the weight-gaining catalyst it’s been deemed to be and since  

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    Support your heart with good nutrition | Food

    A heart-healthy eating pattern is one that is balanced in all of the food groups including fruits, vegetables, whole grains and high-fiber starches, low-fat dairy, lean protein and healthy fats. Here are some tips to support your body’s hardest working muscle — your heart! Fruits and veggies: The nutrients in produce, especially antioxidants and potassium, support heart health and keep blood pressure in check. Shoot for at least 2 cups of fruit and 3 cups of vegetables each day to ensure you are getting all the nutrients you need to help you feel great and prevent disease. Whole grains and  

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    Thanksgiving favorites: Low-fat versions and favorites | Food and cooking

    For dessert, naturally, I made pumpkin pie. Well, pumpkin pie and pumpkin pie cups. I used the most traditional, all-American recipe for pumpkin pie that I could find, the one from traditional, all-American Betty Crocker. It is smooth and custardy, with a mild pumpkin flavor enhanced with cinnamon, ginger and cloves. I baked it in my favorite flaky homemade crust. You could always use a refrigerated or frozen crust, I suppose, but it’s Thanksgiving. Do it up right. There is no premade crust that tastes as good as homemade. For my lower-calorie version, I again turned  

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    Abe Conlon and Adrienne Lo Officially Launch Fat Food Productions

    Abe Conlon and Adrienne Lo have officially launched Fat Food Productions. Fat Food Productions is a creative food and beverage platform built on quality, positivity, diversity, and sustainable progress for the evolving food and hospitality world.  With a mindful progressive approach, Fat Food Productions develops and fosters new creative experiences, concepts, food, beverages, and initiatives.  Conlon and Lo – business partners and collaborators for over a decade – view Fat Food Productions as a return to their culinary roots. Over those years, the duo is known for their flagship restaurant Fat Rice in addition to X-marx supperclub, pop-up concepts like  

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    14 ‘Health Foods’ That May Not Be as Nutritious as You Thought

    We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Here’s our process. Navigating the grocery aisles in search of nutritious foods has become increasingly complex as an increasingly large number of so-called healthy products fill the shelves. Companies often use wording on product labels and in their marketing to appeal to customers who are trying to make healthier choices. You might see claims on labels like: low fat vegan gluten-free low carb Unfortunately, just because a food uses words like these on its label or  

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