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cald, 29 pages
You will read the effective, proven, practical keys for managing cholesterol with the latest, best information and advice from specialists at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
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Keeping your cholesterol and other blood lipids (fats) under control can help you prevent diabetes problems. Diabetic dyslipidemia, a condition in which your blood lipids are off target, can lead to ...
cald, 8 pages
LDL vs. HDL.
Bad cholesterol vs. good.
What should my levels be?
If you have questions or concerns about cholesterol, this booklet can help by providing you with important ...
cald, 6 pages
Your blood cholesterol level has a lot to do with your chances of getting heart disease. High blood cholesterol is one of the major risk factors for heart disease. A risk factor is a condition that ...
cald, 9 pages
Cholesterol is a soft, fatlike, waxy substance that is found in the bloodstream and in the body’s cells. It is found in the family of lipids along with fat. The body needs a certain amount of ...
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Cholesterol is a fat-like substance that is a part of cell membranes. Your body makes most of your cholesterol in the liver. For this reason, cholesterol levels are largely our heal determined by ...
rika, 8 pages
Diabetes raises your risk of getting heart disease by 2 to 4
times. You can lower that risk if you follow a healthy lifestyle
plan. What is a healthy lifestyle plan? It begins with ...
rika, 8 pages
Cholesterol is a kind of fat in your blood. Your body makes its own cholesterol but you also get it from the foods you eat like meat, potato chips, cookies, and eggs. Some people have too much ...
shinta, 9 pages
Lipid-enriched diets are often used to induce or accelerate the rate of atherosclerotic lesion development in
murine models of atherosclerosis. It appears that the induction of persistent ...
shinta, 10 pages
Hypercholesterolemia is a predominant risk factor for atherosclerosis and associated coronary and
cerebrovascular diseases. Control of cholesterol levels through therapeutic drugs, notably ...