Tag: normal cholesterol
The Chinese first used red yeast rice in the Tang Dynasty in 800 A.D. as an aid for stomach ailments, poor blood circulation and to improve spleen health. The supplements are sometimes referred to as Zhi Tai or Xue Zhi Kang…
If you want to lower LDL naturally, the answer may lie in your spice rack. Turmeric is the Indian spice that gives curry its golden color. While it may not be the first thing that comes to mind for cholesterol health—recent research indicates it is one of the best natural
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
Statin drugs do effectively reduce cholesterol levels, but they also have a nasty reputation for debilitating side effects. Supplementing with Coenzyme Q-10 is a must for those whose doctor insists they stay on a statin medication…
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) affects 5.1 million Americans, and there is currently no cure. However, neurologist Sam Gandy, MD, PhD, director of Mount Sinai’s Center for Cognitive health and NFL Cognitive Care says that there are some hopeful developments in AD research—along with potentially promising data you may have seen reported
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?
It is well known that the longer you smoke cigarettes, the greater your risk of heart disease. Now it appears that ongoing, higher-than-normal cholesterol levels have the same effect.
A study conducted at Duke Clinical Research Institute found that 55-year-old adults with moderately elevated levels of non-HDL cholesterol for 11 to
What is vascular dementia? It refers to a spectrum of cognitive impairments resulting from damage to blood vessels in the brain.
Stroke, either a significant singular stroke or multiple smaller strokes, is a major cause of vascular dementia (VaD), but any disease process that damages blood vessels in the brain