Blog — Cholesterol Management
Why is CoQ10 the Most Recommended Supplement By Cardiologists?*

Why is CoQ10 the Most Recommended Supplement By Cardiologists?* 0

Unfortunately, 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.
Seven Best Fish to Eat for a Healthy Heart

Seven Best Fish to Eat for a Healthy Heart 0

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.
New Research Challenges Everything You Knew About “Bad” Cholesterol

New Research Challenges Everything You Knew About “Bad” Cholesterol 0

Here’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?
Ten Ways to Keep Cholesterol in Check During the Holidays

Ten Ways to Keep Cholesterol in Check During the Holidays 0

Festive holiday get-togethers can sometimes bring an unwelcome gift – an abundance of opportunities to let your cholesterol go haywire. Here are 10 tips to get through the season’s parties, meals, and events while keeping your cholesterol in check.
An Avocado a Day Can Improve LDL Levels if You Struggle with Weight Gain

An Avocado a Day Can Improve LDL Levels if You Struggle with Weight Gain 0

One avocado a day is enough to effectively lower your cholesterol, according to a recent study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The results of this study show that it takes only about a week of eating one avocado a day, in conjunction with a healthy, moderate fat diet, to lower LDL cholesterol levels.1
Here’s What Your Target LDL Level Should Be — Even if You’ve Had a Heart Attack

Here’s What Your Target LDL Level Should Be — Even if You’ve Had a Heart Attack 0

According to research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, reducing LDL levels to an average of 81 with high-dose statins cuts risk for major coronary events—even for those who have had a heart attack in the past.