Do you want to lower your cholesterol naturally? There is a safe and effective way to do so. In Dr. Mark Stengler’s latest video installment on cardiovascular health,
Have had your doctor measure your oxidized LDL blood levels? Individuals with oxidized LDL are much more likely to get inflammation of the arteries which can result in plaque formation.
Approximately 50% of people that have a heart attack have normal cholesterol levels so there must be more to the story when it comes to root causes of cardiovascular disease.
Testosterone levels are a big deal for men. Low levels of testosterone are associated with several cardiovascular risk factors, including levels of total and LDL cholesterol and inflammation, insulin resistance, and blood vessel wall dysfunction.
Shocking news: millions of you are suffering from inflammation.
Inflammation is related to all kinds of problems including arthritis, gout, diabetes, heart disease and more.
This one thing can tell your heart’s fortune—and it’s not what your doc has been testing you for!
Printed with permission from Dr. Mark Stengler’s Health Revelations (www.healthrevelations.com)
What is LDL Cholesterol?
LDL (Low-Density Lipoprotein) Cholesterol plays many important functions in our body: transporting antioxidants, building muscles, and fighting infection.
Be wary of a new class of cholesterol-lowering drugs known as PCSK9 inhibitors. They will certainly be promoted as the new wonder drugs for cardiovascular disease and prevention.
Most likely, you have had cholesterol testing at a physical, but are you getting enough information to truly give you insight into your cardiovascular health?