Sugar Addiction and Your Heart

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: December 17, 2019

Sugar targets the pleasure center in the brain. It is highly addictive and hazardous to your health when not eaten in moderation. Not much was known in regard to the dangers of sugar until many years after it had become a common household staple. The harmful effects of a diet high in sugar are becoming

What to Eat When You Have Heart Failure (HF)

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: December 9, 2019

These days “heart-healthy eating” has become a major catchphrase. While it’s a great idea for everyone to eat foods that benefit the body, especially the heart, those with heart disease and heart failure really need to pay close attention and change the way they configure their daily meals. Learn the Heart Health Rules if you

Why Should I Visit a Nutritionist?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: November 27, 2019

Most of us were taught by our parents how, when, and what to eat. But, for the most part, they didn’t have a large basis of nutritional knowledge. They also likely learned eating habits from their parents. When it comes to a healthy diet you cannot beat the professional advice of a nutritionist or licensed

Heart Disease – How Can I Help Prevent It?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: November 20, 2019

Heart disease includes a variety of conditions related to the heart, the blood vessels, or both. Though the fatality rate has lessened in recent years, heart disease is still currently the number one cause of death globally, a statistic that is likely to keep its place for many years to come. While heart disease most

The Correlation Between Heart Disease and Diabetes

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: November 12, 2019

Both diabetes and heart disease are two extremely prevalent conditions in our society. Most people believe the two to be completely seperate when there actually is a very real link. Approximately 65% of people with type 2 diabetes will die from heart disease or stroke. Adults with type 2 diabetes are up to four times

Tampa Cardio Expert Physicians Speak Up on What Heart Healthy Eating Really Means

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: November 7, 2019

Over the course of time what was widely accepted as the only way to eat if you wanted to protect or help repair your heart health was low cholesterol, low-fat diet. Today the answer may be more confusing and controversial. People are looking to plant-based vegan diets, going gluten-free, leaning towards low carb and even

Can Heart Disease Be Prevented?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: October 28, 2019

You may wonder what you can do to help prevent heart disease, especially if you have a family history. Though the mortality rate has lessened in recent years, heart disease is still the number one leading cause of death worldwide. This statistic is likely to remain for years to come. Heart disease most commonly affects

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.