Heart disease is a serious condition that requires lots of care. Especially if the disease manifests itself in a related condition like a stroke, other people may have to step in to take care of the individual. Parental caregiving can go two ways – either the parent takes care of their child, or the child must take care of the parent. Both of these are common scenarios, especially for serious conditions like heart disease.
In my last post, I discussed how, in my program for reversal of heart disease, we follow what I call the “Rule of 60”: LDL 60 mg/dl, HDL 60 mg/dl, triglycerides 60 mg/dl, or 60:60:60. We do this in order to achieve greater control over heart disease risk. Achieving these values also, interestingly, is associated with improved…