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6. Medications That Manage Your Cholesterol

You could be following a heart-healthy diet, getting regular exercise, and optimizing your weight and still not have your lipids and cardiovascular risk level where they need to be. When lifestyle changes aren’t enough to control your cholesterol, your physician may prescribe a medication to help you out.
Fortunately, you have

5. Change Your Lifestyle and Lower Your Risks

Regardless of what your test results indicate or what your risk category is, one fact is inescapable: Following a heart-healthy lifestyle can help you minimize your risk of heart attack, stroke, and other adverse cardiovascular outcomes, as well as improve your overall health and quality of life.
Based on the results

What Are Triglycerides? And How Do We Keep Our Levels in Check?

What Are Triglycerides? And How Do We Keep Our Levels in Check?

Triglycerides are important to our bodies. They’re composed of glycerol and three fatty acids, hence the name “triglycerides.” In your body, they combine with blood proteins to form lipoproteins. The liver then sends those lipoproteins (the cholesterols LDL and HDL are lipoproteins) out to transport fats to other tissues to

7. Fats and Oils

Despite attention-grabbing headlines like “Is Butter Back?” there’s still a lot of fear about fat, a holdover from the low-fat era, which peaked in the 1980s and 1990s. But while butter is not back, other than in small amounts, fats (also called “fatty acids”) perform many essential functions in the

2018 HNL Topic Index

(month, page number)

Beverages

Sugary Drinks: Declining, but Not Fast Enough? (Feb., 1)
Coffee and Health (Feb., 2)
Should You Drink Your Fruits and Vegetables? (March, 6)
Is it Safe to Drink Diet Soda? (March, 8)
Caffeine Without Sleeplessness (April, 1)
What is A2 milk? (July, 8)
Avoiding Dehydration (Aug., 6)

6 Major Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet

6 Major Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean diet, centered around fruits, vegetables, olive oil, nuts, legumes, and whole grains, is good for everything from your brain to your bones. Learn the benefits of the Mediterranean diet—and how to use it to prevent cognitive decline, heart disease, depression, and even cancer.

A wide range of studies have

Ask the Doctor: Fish Oil Supplements; Getting Enough Calcium

Q: I don’t eat fish. Should I be taking a fish oil supplement?

A: Fish is rich in omega-3s—polyunsaturated (or “good”) fats. If you don’t eat fish, then it’s important to get your omega-3s elsewhere.

The three omega-3s are: docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). DHA and EPA

Heart-Healthy Diet: The Right Foods Can Fight Heart Disease

Heart-Healthy Diet: The Right Foods Can Fight Heart Disease

Take this to heart: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women in the U.S. Luckily, lifestyle factors such as weight management, regular physical activity, and a good heart-healthy diet plan can help to prevent and

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