Older adults who eat moderate amounts of foods rich in compounds called flavonoids are less likely to die of heart disease or stroke, according to a recent study. this article can be found on: Flavonoids, found in a wide range of brightly colored fruits and vegetables — blueberries, plums, apples, cherries, oranges, strawberries, spinach — […]

Beat Heart Disease by Adding Color to Your Diet

By Nick Tate Eat your vegetables! It’s one of those phrases we’ve all heard countless times since childhood. And for good reason: A diet rich in fruits and veggies can dramatically reduce your risk of developing heart disease — as well as stroke, diabetes, and even certain types of cancer. Yet only 1 in 10 […]