In my medium fries I consumed 380 calories, 19 g of fat, 2.5 g of saturated fat and 270 mg of sodium. ... As we all know, these foods are rich in sodium, sugar and fat, and contribute to obesity and chronic health problems including, hypertension,
Q: Who should receive high-dose statin therapy? A: Cholesterol measurement and treatment guidelines have been evolving over time. ... A: I think it's best for physicians to follow the NCEP [National Cholesterol Education Program] guidelines.
2 expensive drugs to lower cholesterol that may not actually work (but perhaps they will). ... PCSK9 normally reduces the liver's ability to remove low density lipoprotein (LDL) from the blood.
Call it a cholesterol changeup, but guidelines for reducing cardiovascular risk are shifting with the evidence. ... Stephen L. Kopecky, MD, provided tips on lowering cholesterol using statins and PCSK9 inhibitors in patients with chronic coronary artery
Ms. Brody's column rightly belies the currently prevalent, cacophonous nonsense about saturated fat. ... If saturated fat wasn't the right scapegoat, let's try carbohydrates; or sugar; or fructose; or gluten.
combination with other cholesterol treatments for adults with homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia.
This issue covers topics including chronic fatigue, dietary cholesterol, and conference coverage about managing afib and giving medical lectures. ... Although the committee made other recommendations as well, the one about dietary cholesterol got by far
There are differences among the bisphosphonates, Dr. Greenspan continued. All drugs in the class work by binding to bone and also by interrupting an important cholesterol-building pathway in the osteoclast, ... For blocking cholesterol formation during
Specifically, a prospective study found that not smoking, not being fat, eating your veggies and working out reduced cardiac events by 40%, explained Steve Kopecky, FACP (whose own successful lifestyle changes
For example, statin drugs used routinely to treat high cholesterol deplete CoQ10 levels. ... Proponents of CoQ10, and there have long been many particularly in the natural medicine world, have asserted its value in treating high cholesterol, high blood