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Sat, 18 May 2013 08:33:34 +0000Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Managementen-gbThe Plant-Based Diet: Is Meat Good for You?
Imagine this scenario: your 12 month old baby is fussing because it is past his feeding time. You warm up his bottle of regular whole milk. No more infant formula. He looks healthy. You are feeding him well and you feel proud!]]>email@example.com (Mary Desaulniers)LipitorWed, 13 May 2009 00:27:31 +0000Natural Alternatives to Lower Your Cholesterol Levels
Mainstream medicine and the media are fixated on cholesterol control. But cholesterol is not the primary predictor of a future heart attack. With their high price and serious side effects, you would do better to avoid them.]]>firstname.lastname@example.org (Mario Carini)DietsTue, 12 May 2009 21:49:00 +0000Discover The Health Benefits Of Flaxseed
email@example.com (Lee Dobbins)CarbsFri, 09 Feb 2007 21:58:14 +0000Red Yeast Rice Helps In Lowering Cholesterol
Red Yeast Rice has been an ancient, Asian dietary staple. It was made by fermenting white rice with the red yeast, Monascus Purpureus. The low cholesterol levels found in the Chinese population, led to discovering the benefits of red yeast rice consumption. Today, this natural cure has made its name as a cholesterol and triglyceride lowering agent, without the problems and side effects of the traditional statin drugs.]]>firstname.lastname@example.org (Karina Jacobsen)FibersSun, 21 Jan 2007 21:58:14 +000010 Top Foods To Help You Fight High Cholesterol
Close to 107 million U.S. adults have cholesterol levels of 200 mg/dL or higher, a level that the American Heart Association says increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. At least 12 million of these people are taking statin drugs to lower their cholesterol levels, but there are more natural options out there.]]>email@example.com (B. SixWise)DietsWed, 17 Jan 2007 19:00:00 +0000Cholesterol: A Guide To High And Low Foods!
The excess accumulation of cholesterol can lead to a stroke or heart attack. This happens because the build-up of excess cholesterol begins to clog the blood vessels leading to arteriosclerosis. It is believed that the overall incidence of strokes and heart attacks could be reduced by as much as 50% if Americans could reduce their cholesterol level by 25%.]]>firstname.lastname@example.org (Ray Kelly)DietsWed, 17 Jan 2007 11:18:33 +0000Choosing The Right Food To Reduce Cholesterol
We are very busy persons: we have things to do, problems to solve, people to talk to and it seems that we stopped having enough time to eat. More and more often full course meals get replaced for quicker snacks. Snacking does not necessarily represent a bad thing.]]>email@example.com (Ispas Marin)NutritionTue, 16 Jan 2007 11:44:20 +0000Top 3 Herbs For Cholesterol Management
It is not unusual to have high cholesterol level in your blood. It happens even to the best of us. But if you suddenly find out that you have high cholesterol you must immediately take action. This is called ‘Cholesterol Management’. It may seem a pretentious notion, but it keeps you away from heart problems.]]>firstname.lastname@example.org (Ispas Marin)ProteinsSat, 13 Jan 2007 19:00:00 +0000Green Tea And Cholesterol Facts
A green and lush oasis in the middle of a scorching dessert. A cool breeze on a hot summer night. A bright light in the end of a cold and dark tunnel. Green tea and cholesterol. For the millions and millions of people suffering from high cholesterol green tea may be that light.]]>email@example.com (Lorraine Bevere)NutritionWed, 10 Jan 2007 13:12:51 +0000Understanding The Types Of Cholesterol
While most people talk about “cholesterol levels” there is in fact more than one type of cholesterol. In fact, there are several different body functions and several different substances that make up our understanding of “cholesterol.”]]>firstname.lastname@example.org (Jan Nicholas)DietsMon, 08 Jan 2007 19:00:00 +0000