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Greek yogurt like the Fage brand is all the rage these days. It’s tangier, thicker and better for you than the traditional kind. Even fat-free Greek yogurt maintains the creamy consistency of sour cream. The reason: Greek yogurt is strained to remove most of the liquid whey and sugar, resulting i ... Read more

Don’t sacrifice your heart for your waistline. Women who regularly eat high-protein, low-carbohydrate diets may be putting themselves at greater risk of heart disease. Researchers found that this kind of diet boosted the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke. A better way to slim down: Choo ... Read more

 Why A Mediterranean Diet Can Reduce Your Risk of Disease
You may have heard about metabolic syndrome, but you may not know exactly what it is, or what makes this condition so concerning. Metabolic syndrome is a combination of risk factors that increases your risk of diabetes, stroke, and heart disease, to name just a few.   Risk factors for metabol ... Read more

Recipe courtesy of Joanne Weir for the California Walnut Commission Looking for a quick, healthful and out-of-this-world dish? This Crispy Salmon with Walnut Salsa Verde recipe, by chef Joanne Weir, has nearly all of the major components of the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet: olive oil, fresh ... Read more

Life is always sweeter with dessert, but that doesn’t mean we advocate 1,200-calorie slices of chocolate-toffee cheesecake. Keep your taste buds happy with confections that are kinder to your heart. Our Very Easy Blueberry Cobbler recipe, from renowned Cleveland Clinic cardiologist Caldwell Ess ... Read more

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GO! Foods For You
Slim down and feel great with GO! Foods for You, Cleveland Clinic's Mediterranean-style food program.

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