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Niacin: Is it Really Safe and Effective?

…research results. Let me explain. Previous Niacin Research Niacin, or nicotinic acid, is a form of vitamin B3 that has been used to lower cholesterol and triglycerides since the late 1950s, decades before statin drugs came on the market. The first large placebo-controlled trial of the effects of…

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Lowering Your Cholesterol Naturally

…help reduce flushing. Although larger doses of niacin (up to 3,000 mg) are often used, 1,000 mg a day will aid in naturally lowering LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. Niacin is also the most effective known agent for raising protective HDL cholesterol. As always, you should work with your personal…

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Fish Oil's Role in Managing Diabetes

…particularly beneficial for the cardiovascular system, as it discourages blood platelets from sticking together, relaxes the arteries, and lowers triglyceride and cholesterol levels. For years, people dealing with diabetes, specifically type 2 diabetes, were advised to avoid fish oil supplements,…

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Four Ways to Reduce Stroke Risk

…blood vessels, which naturally bypass blocked arteries. It raises protective HDL cholesterol, lowers triglycerides, helps with weight loss, improves insulin sensitivity—and it can naturally lower blood pressure. You want to strive for 30-45 minutes of exercise, such as brisk walking, four or…

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Benefits of Bergamot

…standardized in tablet form, it dramatically lowers triglycerides and LDL cholesterol, raises protective HDL cholesterol, helps control blood sugar, and improves overall arterial function and cardiovascular health. Bergamot Lowers Lipids… Bergamot lowers LDL cholesterol almost as effectively…

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5 Interesting Facts About Diabetes

…type 2 diabetes than people who ate vegetables less often. Interesting Fact About Diabetes #5 Austrian researchers found that walking downhill lowers and helps control blood sugar levels more effectively than walking uphill, while walking uphill is better at lowering cholesterol and triglycerides.

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Natural Remedies for High Cholesterol

…seed extract and phosphatidylcholine from soy, evening primrose oil, tomato extract and policosanol. It’s been shown in clinical trials to lower cholesterol by a full 10 percent in just four weeks. Plus, within six weeks, 90 percent of those taking this blend had a more than 20 percent…

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Fridays and Fish: What You Need to Know

…other areas. The essential fatty acids in coldwater fish: * Improve circulation by preventing platelets from sticking together. * Lower cholesterol and especially triglyceride levels and protect the arteries by curbing inflammation. * Reduce the risk of sudden cardiac death by stabilizing electrical…

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Natural Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

…your condition. * Take fish oil supplements. The omega-3 essential fatty acids in fish oil help lower cholesterol and especially triglyceride levels, improve blood flow, reduce the risk of blood clots, lower blood pressure and help prevent atherosclerosis. I recommend 2–10 1,000 mg capsules of…

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Achieve a Healthy Weight With Irvingia gabonensis

…weight loss. For starters, it inhibits enzymes that affect both the absorption of glucose into the blood and its conversion into triglycerides. Therefore, it lowers blood sugar and reduces fat storage. But more important, irvingia affects two hormones that are intimately involved in weight control.…

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Learn About Flaxseed’s Health Benefits

…and they improve blood flow and help prevent blood clots that can cause heart attack and stroke. Omega-3s have also been shown to lower blood cholesterol and triglycerides. It’s likely this combination of soluble fiber and EFAs that makes flaxseed so effective in reducing cholesterol. Flaxseed…

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Why Diabetes Drugs Fail Patients

…taking the easy, and dangerous, way out. First off, these drugs have huge and dangerous side-effects—including weight gain, elevated triglycerides and cholesterol levels, and an increased risk of heart disease. These are all things you’re already at increased risk for if you’re…

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Benefits of Krill Oil

…krill oil (based on body mass index), 3 g of fish oil, or placebo. After three months, fish oil lowered total cholesterol by an average of 5.8 percent, LDL cholesterol by 4.5 percent, and triglycerides by 3.1 percent; it also increased protective HDL by 4.2 percent. On the other hand, krill oil…

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Decline in Cognitive Functioning Can Begin in Your 40s

…it or lose it. Finally, if you or a loved one are already facing a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, try supplementing with medium chain triglycerides (MCTs), natural fatty acids that are abundant in coconut oil. The recommended dose of MCTs for neurodegenerative disorders is 20 g per meal (7…

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Maintain Blood Sugar Levels Naturally

…Instead, I rely on alternative diabetes treatments, including a comprehensive diet, exercise, and weight loss program, and natural agents that lower blood sugar. Adopting this natural treatment program has allowed the majority of the diabetic patients who come to the clinic to be successfully…

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Stepping Toward Weight Loss and Better Health

…off excess weight. It gets your heart rate up and enhances circulation. It strengthens your bones and heart, improves mood and sleep, and helps lower blood sugar and triglycerides—all at minimal risk of injury. Exercise such as walking can even prevent cancer. At the clinic, we take our…

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The Health Benefits of Walking

…and enhances circulation. The health benefits of walking also include strengthening your bones and heart, improving your mood and sleep, and lowering blood sugar and triglycerides—all at minimal risk of injury. Here’s a secret that practically guarantees you’ll take more…

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