DrCarney.com Blog

Health - Food - Science - Community

Association of fruit and vegetable intake with predicted 10-year cardiovascular disease risk among hypertensive patients in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study

Imbibing the habit of consuming generous amounts of fruits and vegetables may shield patients with hypertension from suffering from cardiovascular disease.

Continue reading
  241 Hits

Raw and Cooked Vegetable Consumption and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease: A Study of 400,000 Adults in UK Biobank

Eating raw vegetables may be beneficial for the prevention of cardiovascular disease.

Continue reading
  217 Hits

Modelling the impact of sodium intake on cardiovascular disease mortality in Mexico

Cutting down our rate of consumption of salty foods could save us from dying from cardiovascular disease.

Continue reading
  356 Hits

Total meat (flesh) supply may be a significant risk factor for cardiovascular diseases worldwide

Habitual intake of meat may result in an increased incidence of cardiovascular disease worldwide.

Continue reading
  339 Hits

Association of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Cardiovascular Diseases Mortality in a Large Young Cohort of Nearly 300,000 Adults (Age 20-39)

Preference for sugar-sweetened beverages may increase death rates from cardiovascular disease in young men and women.

Continue reading
  219 Hits

Should We 'Eat a Rainbow'? An Umbrella Review of the Health Effects of Colorful Bioactive Pigments in Fruits and Vegetables

A diet that promotes the consumption of brightly-colored fruits and vegetables may be beneficial for our health.

Continue reading
  415 Hits

Ultra-processed foods and mortality: analysis from the Prospective Urban and Rural Epidemiology study

The odds of dying prematurely from cardiovascular ailments and other chronic diseases may be stacked against generous consumers of ultra-processed foods.

Continue reading
  326 Hits

Association of Ultra-Processed Food Intake with Cardiovascular and Respiratory Disease Multimorbidity: A Prospective Cohort Study

Creating more room for ultra-processed foods in our menu may put us on the path to developing cardiovascular and respiratory disease.

Continue reading
  485 Hits

Association of Plant-Based Diet With Cardiovascular Disease and Mortality: A Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review of Prospect Cohort Studies

Regular consumers of healthy plant foods may have low chances of being diagnosed with and eventually dying from cardiovascular disease.

Continue reading
  485 Hits

Intake and Sources of Dietary Fiber, Inflammation, and Cardiovascular Disease in Older US Adults

Including more plant foods loaded with fiber in our diet may help protect us from cardiovascular disease and lower the amount of markers of inflammation circulating in the blood.

Continue reading
  290 Hits

Vegetarian and vegan diets and the risk of cardiovascular disease, ischemic heart disease and stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies

Strict adherence to a vegetarian diet may help fend off cardiovascular and ischemic heart diseases.

Continue reading
  621 Hits

Association of ultra-processed food consumption with cardiovascular mortality in the US population: long-term results from a large prospective multicenter study

Consumers compared to non-consumers of ultra-processed foods may be highly prone to die from cardiovascular disease.

Continue reading
  434 Hits

Off Canvas Main Menu Display