Blog — Cholesterol Management

Seven Best Fish to Eat for a Healthy Heart 1


For a healthy heart, fish is often a better choice than meat. It’s leaner and lower in cholesterol and saturated fats. More importantly, fish is higher in omega-3 fatty acids, a type of “healthy fats”, which are essential to our body as we cannot make them ourselves.

What You Need to Know About Inflammation 0

Inflammation can occur just about anywhere in the body from the gut to the gums to the eyes and the joints. We’re all familiar with the acute pain of stubbing a big toe

Should You Keep Taking Statins After Your Cholesterol Goes Down? 0

According to medical professionals, statins may help reduce your cholesterol by 50%. That’s quite an...

What You Need to Know About Cholesterol Management

What You Need to Know About Cholesterol Management 0

Making a few basic dietary modifications may lower your cholesterol levels by as much as 30%. Let's peruse the menu of cholesterol-lowering dietary choices.

 

Seven Types of Fish to Eat for Seafood Lovers with High Cholesterol

Seven Types of Fish to Eat for Seafood Lovers with High Cholesterol 0

According to the Mayo Clinic, these are the 7 types of fish you should eat if you have high cholesterol. These 7 fish were chosen for their high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which help reduce blood pressure and risk of blood clots.
Most People Should Aim for a Cholesterol Level Below 200mg / dL. Here’s How:

Most People Should Aim for a Cholesterol Level Below 200mg / dL. Here’s How: 0

The Mayo Clinic states that most people should aim for a total cholesterol level below 200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL). Your “bad” cholesterol, called low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, should be even lower—at 100mg/dL or less. If you’re considered to be at a high risk for heart attack or stroke, it’s time to bring your cholesterol numbers down.