HDL: is Higher Really Better?
HDL is usually called “good cholesterol,” and higher numbers are considered healthier because HDL delivers cholesterol to the liver to be disposed of. But if LDL is already low, is there any benefit to increasing HDL?
The American Heart Association estimates that 102.2 million (almost 50%) of adults in the United States have total cholesterol levels above 200 mg/dL, placing them at risk for cardiovascular disease elevated cholesterol is one of the most important risk factors for heart disease.
Cholesterol Protection For Life
Heart disease is a condition that is reversible through aggressive nutritional intervention and cholesterol lowering.
The Safest And Most Effective Way To Lower Your Cholesterol
Another reason why Eat to Live is the healthiest way to eat!
A Medical Student Studies A New Type of Medicine
I have had the opportunity to intern in Dr. Fuhrman’s office over the past few months shadowing him and observing him with every patient.