Yo-Yo Dieting – Causing A Strain On Your Heart

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: August 26, 2019

With the onslaught of media, TV, movies, magazines, and advertising all pushing the same images of thin fit women many become desperate to lose weight. Obesity has incredibly become a problem in the USA in the past two decades. Fad dieting has become the norm. The cabbage soup diet, The HCG diet, The Keto Diet,

Make or Break Your Heart Health with Nutrition

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: July 25, 2019

Food used to be pretty basic. Vegetables, fruits, meats, nuts, cheeses, dairy, along with a few “other” category items such as mayonnaise, ketchup, and other condiments. These days packaged, boxed, and fast food is king. They outsell fresh food due to convenience and low price. But at what cost are you eating these things on

Foods That Boost Heart Health and Support Weight Loss

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: July 1, 2019

Looking to protect your heart while slimming down? We have compiled a list of some of the best foods to include in your diet plan. These foods that we have chosen to include are high in fiber yet low in calories. They will keep you feeling full and not create fat accumulation on the body.

Tips for a Healthier Heart

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: May 21, 2019

Everyone wants the healthiest heart possible. The way you get there is day by day, action by action. Let’s take a look at some of the best things you can do for yourself that will benefit your heart starting today! Vitamin D – 75% of heart patients are found to be deficient in Vitamin D

Seeing a Nutritionist Can Boost Your Heart Health

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 15, 2019

When it comes to heart health there is nothing better that we love to see than patients taking an active role in being proactive in improving and preserving their health. When it comes to your heart diet and nutrition top the chart – we are what we eat. Nutrients or lack thereof can either build

Aspirin – No Longer Recommended By Cardiologists as a Daily Regimen

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: March 26, 2019

For many years aspirin has been the go-to recommendation for older adults. Millions of adults age 70 and older in the United States take an aspirin a day as a daily routine because it was previously recommended by the American Heart Association as a preventative measure to help protect against potential heart attack and stroke.

Salt’s Influence on Heart Disease

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: November 15, 2018

Are you an avid “salter”?   By that I mean, do you automatically reach for the salt during a meal before even tasting it? You would be surprised at just how many people have this habit. While salt is a naturally occurring substance that we need in our bodies, when consumed excessively, it can be

Cherries Boost Heart Health

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: November 12, 2018

It’s a sad fact that cardiovascular disease remains the number one killer of both women and men in the United States of America. Poor diet and lack of exercise are at the top of the chart when it comes to causes. The answer for each person on a personal level? Move more and eat better.

Your Diet’s Effect on Your Heart

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 17, 2018

Many of us don’t give all that much thought about what we eat. It’s food. We buy it because we like the way it tastes, we eat it, and that’s that. The problem is that many of the foods we enjoy the taste of do not contain the nutrients our bodies need and crave in

Add Color to Your Meals for a Healthy Heart

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: October 3, 2016

Eating a healthy meal that is balanced with good fats, fiber, protein, and loaded with nutrients for your body is ideal for a healthy heart. But, in our busy lives, it can be challenging to eat what is recommended. The American Heart Association (AHA) has a new initiative referred to as + color. This new