Heart Disease and Heart Health

Healthy eating habits and regular physical activity are recommended to help prevent cardiovascular disease. People may ask what to eat. A balanced diet, that includes vegetables and fruit, milk products, whole grains, legumes, nuts and fish is generally recommended. Learn about the research on milk products as part of a heart-healthy diet, as well as the DASH diet.


Diet, CVD and Mortality: State of the Evidence

Ready to learn more about the latest scientific evidence on saturated fat and its association with CVD outcomes and mortality? Watch this webinar designed for health professionals.

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Symposium 2016

Saturated Fat and Cardiovascular Disease: Then and Now

In today’s world one can find studies, guidelines, and popular press articles both espousing the benefits of reduced saturated fat as a means of reducing cardiovascular disease, as well as advocating that saturated fat is unrelated to heart attack and stroke or in some cases even beneficial in preventing these diseases.

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Symposium 2014

Dairy Fat, Obesity and Cardiometabolic Health

We conducted a systematic literature review of observational studies on the relationship between dairy-fat and high-fat dairy consumption with obesity and cardiometabolic disease.