You already know that keeping your cholesterol in check is important for heart health. High cholesterol is associated with clogged arteries and a greater chance of a heart attack. But you may be wondering: What exactly is a normal cholesterol level, and how do I get there? And you’re probably
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The Triglycerides Range Most Likely to Cause Heart Disease…and the Optimal Range for Health and Longevity
Most people don’t know the triglycerides range connected with heart disease and other health problems or what an optimal triglyceride level should be. Do you?
High cholesterol has received most of the attention from heart health experts for years. Recently, however, scientists have discovered that having high triglycerides is a much more significant indicator of cardiovascular disease than is total cholesterol. In fact, having high triglycerides can triple your risk of heart disease and stroke even if you
It’s rich in omega-3 fatty acids and shows promise for lowering triglycerides, but is krill oil (from a type of tiny crustacean at the bottom of the food chain) better than fish oil? Here’s what the research says.
Studies have shown that alpha-lipoic acid is a promising treatment option for lowering triglycerides.
Because of their pleasing aromas and sweet flavors, regularly eating citrus fruits is certainly a great way to improve your triglyceride and cholesterol numbers. But, which citrus fruits work best to achieve the health benefits?
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is turning into a true epidemic. Today, more than 5 million Americans live with the effects of this disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association, and the numbers are climbing. By 2050, nearly 14 million people over age 65 will have developed Alzheimer’s. The cost of caring for
MCI to Dementia
Progressing from MCI to dementia means the difference between forgetting names, dates, or what you intended to buy at the supermarket, and having significant trouble functioning in your day-to-day life. The progression of MCI to dementia can alter many aspects of who you are, including your memory, personality
Scientists have identified a number of risk factors for the development of diabetes. While some of these, such as family history, are the same for all three types of diabetes, there are risk factors unique to each type. Being aware of the risk factors that apply to you can aid
The process by which blood glucose levels become elevated is the same for prediabetes as it is for type 2 diabetes. Normally, the hormone insulin acts on the cells of your body, moving the glucose in your blood into the cells so that it can be used as energy. In