Munch on These Kinds of Nuts for a Light Snack That Helps Your Heart 0According to the Mayo Clinic, tree nuts are excellent foods for improving cholesterol due to their mono- and polyunsaturated fatty acids. However, nuts are high in calories, so opt for a single handful when you feel the afternoon munchies coming on.
Why is CoQ10 the Most Recommended Supplement By Cardiologists?* 0Unfortunately, your CoQ10 levels can drop due to age, stress, and cholesterol-lowering statin drug therapy.1 While small amounts of CoQ10 can be found in food, taking a daily CoQ10 supplement is the easiest way to increase your CoQ10 levels.
New Research Challenges Everything You Knew About “Bad” Cholesterol 0Here’s the frustrating truth: health studies sometimes contradict one another. One day it seems egg yolks are off limits, and the next day they’re said to be perfectly fine. Confusing, right?
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