Posts by Rodrigo Mendez

Three Ways to Keep Your Cholesterol in Check During Thanksgiving

High cholesterol is usually one of those things we all know a little about, but rarely anyone pays enough attention to.  Unfortunately, when overlooked, ignored or dismissed, high cholesterol can lead to heart attacks, strokes, and even death. The good news is that high cholesterol can be reduced (and kept under control) by making a…

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Four On-The-Go Snacks to Help Lower Blood Glucose and Cholesterol

This fast-paced lifestyle we’re leading contains considerable amounts of stress and unhealthy decisions. With so much information, responsibilities, and details that we have to think about, it’s no wonder we don’t always make the healthiest choices. Spending superhuman amounts of energy to accomplish everything expected of us, both our body and mind suffer. High blood…

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Go Epic Health and the Mid-South Center for Prevention & Wellness Conducting Clinical Research on Cholesterade®

TAMPA, Fla. (November 8, 2018) – Go Epic Health is conducting a clinical trial at the Mid-South Center for Prevention & Wellness in Memphis, Tennessee on their all-natural cholesterol-lowering product CHOLESTERADE®. This new clinical trial will be a double-blind study to test the lipid-lowering effects and long-term cardiovascular benefits of this product across demographics. “With…

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Mythbusters: The biggest cholesterol myths you never knew

Whenever your thoughts wander from that salad bowl in front of you to a mouth-watering, super tasty triple cheeseburger, resist the temptation. Remind yourself that you need to keep your cholesterol in check, or you’ll die of a heart attack or something similar. Although this thinking will keep you on the healthy side of the…

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The Dangers of Statins: What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You

When it comes to the good, the bad, and the ugly of cholesterol what you should know is that there are two kinds: “good cholesterol” and “bad cholesterol.”  Whether cholesterol is going to be labeled “good,” or “bad” depends on the type of lipoproteins in your blood that carries cholesterol to your cells. LDL Cholesterol vs.…

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Five Lifestyle Changes to Improve Your Cholesterol

High cholesterol can be a genetically conditioned health disorder or a result of the type of lifestyle you lead. With increased cholesterol levels, your heart is at risk of heart disease and heart attacks. The best first step to regulating it is a few lifestyle changes. Here are five things you should start practicing as…

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