Cholesterol | Latest News

Cholesterol | Latest News

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One Third of Women do not know their Cholesterol levels. They are not aware that even if they exercise regularly and maintain a healthy diet, they still can still have life threateningly high levels of cholesterol. Source: Poll: Women Clueless On Their Cholesterol by CBS News (WebMD) 22 August 2007

Good HDL Cholesterol is unpredictable and may work against Coronary Health. It seems that HDL Protein composition inhibits proteases and increase vessel damage the plaque raptures. Source: When “Good ” Cholesterol Goes Bad. (HealthDay Reporter) 22 August 2007

Traditional Mediterranean diet reduces LDL cholesterol. Beneficial elements of Mediterranean diet include virgin olive oil, nuts, fruits, vegetables, grains and fish intead of meat. Source: Cholesterol: The Mediterranean diet reduces the risk (WDDTY) 23 August 2007

Boost “good” HDL cholesterol levels by keeping stress at bay. Hostility and blaming oneself leads to high glucose levels in the blood. Source: Coping With Stress May Help Cholesterol (WebMD) 20 August 2007

Inconclusive findings indicate that Statin Drugs may not reduce the risk of prostate cancer. Source: Cholesterol drugs may not reduce prostate cancer (Reuters) 23 August 2007

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