Home > Medical > Heart Health > Foods, diet and your heart Foods, diet and your heart All sections in Heart » About Heart » Children & Heart Disease » Congenital Heart Disease » Emergency Treatment » FAQs » Diet and your Heart » Health Tips » Heart and Exercise » Heart Attack » Heart Transplants » After a Heart Attack » Multimedia » Heart News » Obesity » Smoking & your Heart » Stress & your Heart » Tests & Procedures » The Heart in Space » Treatment » Women & Heart Disease Hungry Lion's stunt ignores SA health issues Should we really be ignoring our health by celebrating with fast food and fizzy drinks this Heritage Day? Warfarin and your diet Be warned: what you eat can have an effect on warfarin - a powerful and very popular anticoagulant drug. Too much sugar can cause fatal heart problems A US study suggests that too much sugar can be deadly when it comes to fatal heart problems. Ask Cardiologist » Quiz Is your diet heart-healthy? » Quiz Could I have high cholesterol? » Subscribe Newsletters » Simple tips on keeping a healthy heart 7 steps to a healthier heart Diets that protect the heart Heart disease is one of the most serious threats to our nation's health. Here's how you can protect your heart. Heart Foundation's open letter to Tim Noakes The Heart and Stroke Foundation of South Africa has written an open letter in response to the recent debate initiated by Prof Tim Noakes on protein and fat loading. Read it here. Tim Noakes: heart disease theory 'has failed' Prof Tim Noakes responds to critics of the high-fat, high-protein diet theory. Heart-healthy cooking with free new recipe book The Heart and Stroke Foundation has launched a free cookbook with recipes of SA's favourite dishes, adapted by nutritionists to be heart-healthy without compromising on taste. Experts warn against Noakes diet Experts in the fields of dietetics and heart disease caution against changes to conventional diets and treatments despite radical new ideas about the link between high blood cholesterol and heart disease. Tim Noakes: what users think The high-protein, high-fat diet is in the media spotlight again and the debate is heating up around whether this eating plan is healthy or not. This is what our users had to say: Tim Noakes called a 'cholesterol denialist' A team of top doctors has warned that the Tim Noakes diet could be dangerous, especially for heart patients. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Exam stress – a challenge for the whole family Cardiovascular risk factors Take care of your teeth. Anytime. Anywhere. Like us on facebook!