The Skinny on Cholesterol…and How to Fix It – part 2

This is part 2 of a 2-part series on cholesterol: how to understand your levels, and more importantly, how to fix them if they’re troublesome. Part 1 introduced some lifestyle and diet modifications that are helpful for managing high levels.

But some people feel that changing your diet can be tough.

The Skinny on Cholesterol…and How to Fix It – part 1

Cholesterol levels have become known as being dangerous for the heart and blood vessels, but it is also a very important substance in the human body. Cholesterol is needed for strong cell walls, as a precursor for hormone production, and as a coating around nerves.

Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as saying it’s healthy or not.

8 Health Risks of Low Cholesterol

8 Health Risks of Low Cholesterol – by Dr. Christina Bjorndal and Lachlan Crawford

It’s commonly known that elevated cholesterol in the blood is a risk factor for developing heart problems. In fact, high cholesterol is recognized as a major contributor to cardiovascular disease, the #2 leading cause of death in Canada, second only to cancer1.

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