Posts Tagged ‘bad cholesterol’

Simple Tips For Lowering Cholesterol

Sunday, January 19th, 2014
Having high cholesterol levels may be risky for people with a history of heart disease. In the same way, people should also know that there are two kinds of cholesterol- the good, or HDL cholesterol and the bad, or LDL cholesterol. And since your body needs a certain amount of cholesterol to function properly, you need to raise the HDL cholesterol and lower your LDL cholesterol levels. Here are some simple tips tha

Sensible Tips to Lowering Cholesterol

Thursday, August 8th, 2013
Maintaining the health of your heart takes discipline. One way to achieve that is by lowering your cholesterol levels. If you have elevated levels of low-density lipoprotein or LDL, which is the other name for bad cholesterol, you might be at a higher risk of developing heart disease. Along with triglycerides, another type of fat or lipid, bad cholesterol can contribute to plaque buildup in your arteries. This can

Natural Ways of Lowering Cholesterol

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
High cholesterol levels have become a serious problem among many people today. Many factors including diet, lifestyle and lack of exercise may have contributed to this ever-growing problem. It has led to the growing risk of people suffering a heart attack or stroke. Despite this, there are many ways in which people can do to stop the threat by lowering their own cholesterol levels. Here are some of the natural ways

Boost Up Your Good Cholesterol

Monday, September 12th, 2011
Good cholesterol can help prevent heart disease and stroke. Studies show that high levels of high density lipoprotein, the other name for good cholesterol, can help protect you against heart disease. But its association with heart disease may not be as simple as trying to maintain high levels of good cholesterol in the body. The importance of HDL in the body in correlation to heart disease is based more on its func

Tips In Preventing Heart Attacks

Monday, July 11th, 2011
With the type of lifestyle that most people have grown accustomed to today, it is not that surprising that heart disease has become the number one killer in the US. The risk of a heart attack becomes even higher as people age. Here are some tips that might help you and your loved ones prevent the potential damaging effects of heart attacks. Know the early warning signs. Before the onset of a heart attack, the body