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Lifestyle Management

May, 2013

Everyone's calorie, dietary and exercise needs are different and vary based on your health status, body size and activity level. However, the basic formula is still the same.

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Tags: Lifestyle-Diet/Nutrition,

Advanced Lipid Testing

May, 2013

Advanced lipid testing may be recommended by your healthcare provider to optimize your cholesterol treatment. Advanced lipid tests are performed because standard cholesterol tests may not completely represent cholesterol-related risk for heart attacks and strokes.

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Tags: Risk Assessment,

Have you been told your ApoB or LDL Particle Number is high?

Apr, 2013

Here are some dietary changes that may help lower these numbers. A diet lower in carbohydrates and higher in protein and monounsaturated fat may decrease ApoB and reduce risk for coronary heart disease.

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Tags: Lifestyle-Diet/Nutrition,

The Facts About Fats

Oct, 2012

Dietary fat is necessary for health, but because many Americans have a high intake of fast and fried foods they eat too much fat and the wrong type of fat.

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Tags: Lifestyle-Diet/Nutrition,

What is HDL-C?

Jan, 2012

HDL cholesterol (HDL-C) is the measure of the cholesterol carried in particles called high density lipoproteins (HDL). Apolipoprotein A-1 is the main protein found on HDL.

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Tags: Risk Factors,

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by Dr. Radut.