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An Avocado A Day...

It seems everyday a new study emerges showing that eating more dietary fats improves cholesterol levels. At the same time, carbohydrate consumption tends to have a much more negative affect in most diseases and health conditions. 365 more words

Have High Cholesterol? Read this.

In 2013, 56% of Americans purchased functional foods to target a specific health condition, with cholesterol lowering foods placing at the top of the list at 29%. 807 more words

Research Articles

RFF#112 - Sugar may increase kids' future risk of heart disease

While we’ve traditionally viewed sugar as a risk factor for obesity and cavities, new research suggests that even in children, added sugars (sugars that are not naturally occurring in a food) are associated with increased blood pressure and increased triglycerides. 48 more words

Sugar

Foods: What to Avoid and What to Take if You Have High Triglycerides?

High triglycerides levels are associated with different critical diseases such as heart attack, stroke, diabetes (type-2), chronic liver diseases, cancer, peripheral artery disease, dementia, etc. But the best part is people can reduce their triglycerides level just by altering some of their lifestyles and eating healthier diets. 314 more words

Conditions And Diseases

Overcome Depression, Lower Cholesterol, Blood Pressure & Triglycerides

Daniel A: Prior to coming to Wildwood I battled with chronic depression, elevated cholesterol, blood pressure and triglycerides. As a result of my time on the Lifestyle program my health is much better. 60 more words

Health

A Year(!) Without Sweets

Back in August of 2013, I received a call from a transfusion medicine doctor at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where I donate blood. “You have really lipemic plasma,” she told me. 1,783 more words

Lifestyle

If It's Not One Thing...

…it’s another.

That saying seems to replay too many times on my journey!

After my reprieve during the month of December from doctor appointments they started up again with this one.   721 more words

Cancer