Looking for a Customized Cardiac Care Nutritional Plan?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 16, 2021

The professional Cardiologists at Tampa Cardiovascular Associates of Tampa Bay, Florida are here for you. Why go to a regular nutritionist when you can have a specialist who fully understands the workings of your heart and cardiovascular system as well as the key nutrition needed to boost your overall wellness along with heart health at

Why People Visit a Nutritionist and Why You May Want to As Well

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 16, 2021

In the beginning eating was simple. We had what the earth would provide locally. Fruit, vegetables, berries, nuts, and if you could catch it – meat. That was it. These days we have a gargantuan array of endless choices of foods. Some natural and some artificial. It is immensely confusing. With the introduction of processed,

Dietary Changes That Can Help Regulate High Blood Pressure

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 8, 2021

Unwanted side effects are the downside of blood pressure medication. Because of this many people tend to try and ignore their elevated readings. That isn’t a good idea. If you are concerned about your blood pressure but prefer not to take pharmaceuticals, we have some dietary suggestions to try first that may help control pressure

Heart Healthy Breakfast Ideas from Tampa Cardiovascular Associates

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: December 4, 2020

Breakfast has long been said to be the most important meal of the day. You have been fasting all night while you sleep and this literally means what it says “break” “fast”. What you break that fast with, especially if you may have a need to focus on the health of your heart, is very

Why People Choose to Visit a Nutritionist in Tampa, Florida

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 14, 2020

Why People Choose to Visit a Nutritionist in Tampa, Florida There is so much conflicting information on the internet it’s very hard to know what’s truth and what’s conjecture. When it comes to your health and food planning, nothing can top the advice of a trained licensed nutritionist. No two people have the exact same

What You Feed Your Kids May Lead to Heart Health or Heart Problems Later in Life

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: June 29, 2020

According to the American Heart Association children who eat healthy grow up with very little risk of obesity or heart disease. This comes directly from “Caregiver Influences on Eating Behaviors in Young Children A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association,” was published this week in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The Summary

How Sugar Effects the Heart and Body

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: June 8, 2020

As crazy as it may sound eating too much sugar can raise your risk of dying from heart disease even if you aren’t overweight. In a 15 year study focused on sugar added to the American diet, it was found that those who took in more than 25% of their daily food calories from processed

Tips to Help Strengthen Your Heart and Keep You Healthy!

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: May 22, 2020

When it comes to health your heart really should be a key focus. It is the center of your being, what keeps you going, and every organ healthy and active. With so much health information and misinformation available it can be hard to decipher what’s right and wrong. Because of this, we wanted to set

Heart Healthy Meal Ideas for Staying Well During and After Lockdown

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: May 19, 2020

Eating healthy while we are all stuck at home has been easier in some ways, as we are not going out to eat and being tempted with all the amazing foods in our favorite restaurants, but many of us have also been stress-eating. Buying maybe not the world’s most nutritious food at the grocery store

Can Too Much Sugar Harm Your Heart Health?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 28, 2020

Sugar is the new smoking. Both previously thought fine for you and a normal part of life, smoking was called out years ago as toxic to the body. Sugar is now under scrutiny for the same reasons. Sugar has become more and more integrated into the average American diet. Sugar is hidden in things you