High LDL Levels? Finding the right lifestyle changes to lower cholesterol may take trial and error, but don't worry, you've got options.
LDL cholesterol can in some cases be a predictor for heart disease, but not all LDL's are created equal.
USC School of Pharmacy Research Professor, Roger Clemens DrPH, helps remove the confusion surrounding healthy fats.
Squeeze in your daily cardio with HIIT to exercise smarter, not longer.
By eating fiber you can lower cholesterol levels and reduce your risk for Type 2 diabetes—and all it takes is 25-38mg a day.