Heart Health

a bunch of strawberries that can help lower cholesterol naturally

Eat Strawberries to Help Lower Your Cholesterol Naturally

· · Heart Health
When it comes to cholesterol-reducing foods, many people think of garlic, salmon, or fresh vegetables; however, research increasingly shows that strawberries rank among the world’s healthiest snacks because of its ability to lower cholesterol naturally. A study published in the medical journal Metabolism reports that strawberries work to lower LDL … Read More
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How to Reduce Salt

· · Heart Health
Nine out of 10 Americans still consume more sodium than the currently recommended limits, according to a 2016 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Excess sodium consumption was found to be a particular problem among men, 98 percent of whom consumed too much sodium compared with 80 … Read More
green tea that may lower ldl cholesterol

Green Tea May Lower LDL Cholesterol

· · Heart Health
A study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association reveals that drinking green tea or taking green tea in capsule form may lower LDL cholesterol as well as total cholesterol. Dr. Olivia J. Phung, of the College of Pharmacy at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California, … Read More
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Berberine Supplement May Help Lower Cholesterol

· · Heart Health
In the quest for effective natural supplements to lower cholesterol, many people turn to supplements like fish oil, niacin, plant sterols, and red yeast rice. While these are often effective, sometimes they are not tolerated or an additional supplement is needed to optimize lipid levels. Berberine-containing products are moving to … Read More
Two woman dancing in an exercise class to reduce their risk of CAD

Coronary Artery Disease: Reduce Your Risk

· · Heart Health
Those who suffer from coronary artery disease (CAD) struggle to get enough blood to their hearts. The reason? CAD occurs when plaque limits or blocks the flow of blood through arteries that lead to the heart muscle. Some people, because of non-modifiable (unchangeable) risk factors, have a high chance of … Read More

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