Cholesterol and Heart Diseases

Many studies point to the direct correlation between lower mortality rates from heart diseases and low cholesterol levels in the blood. Hypercholesterolemia is a condition where a person's body has too much cholesterol in the blood. Treatment is meant to lower the amount of cholesterol in the blood, especially the amount of LDL, which should be lowered to less than 160 mg. It has been shown that cholesterol in food increases the hypercholesterolemia effect of the saturated fat acids.

There are a number of studies that have researched the influence of dietary changes on the risk of cardiovascular diseases. All studies have pointed to the fact that lowering the fat intake will bring about a general improvement in a person's overall health. There are a number of dietary recommendations that exist which help a person lower their risk of cardiovascular diseases, and chronic diseases. Our experience shows that that group consultations are most effective.