Better Cholesterol Levels for Better Health

Cholesterol and Heart Disease

Cholesterol and Heart Disease

How to Avoid Heart Disease

I was reading an article by Lisa Nelson, RD and she did a great job of explaining, at a very easy to understand level, the basic things you must do to help avoid heart disease.

First of all, knowing your… Continue reading

How to Raise Your Good Cholesterol

After successfully lowering my total cholesterol and bad cholesterol levels I’m still not satisfied. My good cholesterol also known as HDL or High Density Lipoprotien also went down.

So I’d like to work on raising my good cholesterol.

Researchers at… Continue reading

Trans Fat in Oreo Cookies?

I came across a website that’s all about trans fat. Lots of good information. Usually we think about fatty foods being meat. But trans fat has traditionally been mostly in baked goods and fast food. This website I mentioned is… Continue reading

Cholesterol is good for you

There seems to be a growing trend in the debate about cholesterol and heart disease. We’ve been led to believe that cholesterol is bad. But what is cholesterol? According to the American Heart Association cholesterol itself isn’t bad. It actually… Continue reading

LDL Cholesterol that’s not bad for you

Cholesterol has been blamed for heart disease. There’s no doubt about that.

But is cholesterol really to blame? Some researchers now claim that consuming sugar is much worse than consuming cholesterol and saturated fat.

There is debate about the sub… Continue reading

Ways to Lower Cholesterol

There are various ways to lower cholesterol. It’s easier for some people than others. Some people are genetically disposed to having high cholesterol. Older people tend to have higher cholesterol than when they were younger. People who eat unhealthy diets… Continue reading

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