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The 2015 US Dietary Guidelines (USDG) dropped any limit on dietary cholesterol intake (1). This resulted in a change in dietary advice from those who used the USDG decision to drop limits on dietary cholesterol, which has been good for America’s egg industry but is unlikely to be good for the arteries or longevity of Americans. The American Egg Board may have made the issue more confusing with the...

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I’m often asked these questions, and I bet you’ve thought about them yourself:

Which is better for my heart – margarine or butter?
What type of cooking oil should I use for a heart healthy diet?
What is the latest guideline on eggs?
Why do guidelines on margarine, butter, cooking oil, eggs and other foods change?

Changes in recommendations for heart-healthy eating to prevent cardi...

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Move over olive oil, it's time to make room at the table for other oils!

New research published in Circulation indicates that -- after analyzing nearly 70,000 individuals in over a dozen countries -- people with high levels of linoleic acid levels in the body had the lowest risk of cardiovascular disease. The most common polyunsaturated omega-6 fatty acid is linoleic acid.

Omega-6 polyunsatu...

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Only 1 in 20 people in the US consumes the recommended amount of fiber.

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans call out dietary fiber as a nutrient of public health concern because our typically poor fiber intakes are associated with health problems such as heart disease, abnormal laxation, and colon cancer. Yet if we ate adequate amounts of fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains, we would...

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The next time you’re looking for a healthy and delicious beverage, reach for cherry juice.

Like all types of fruit, cherries are low in calories and contain a variety of important nutrients including fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Cherries are good sources of the amino acids tryptophan, serotonin, and melatonin, and they also contain anthocyanins, a type of antioxidant that can the reduce cell ...

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