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…can be greatly reduced by controlling this risk factor. What causes high cholesterol levels? Common causes of elevated cholesterol include a diet that is high in saturated fats, trans-fats, and cholesterol; smoking, sedentary lifestyle, and being overweight. Unfortunately, there are often no symptoms of high cholesterol. The only way to find out if you have high cholesterol is through a blood test that will measure the key lipids, or fats, in…

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…levels. What is Cholesterol? Cholesterol is a soft, waxy substance that is made within the body and also ingested from our diet. It’s needed for building cell membranes and for the production of many hormones, including the sex hormones. The total amount of cholesterol, as well as the types of cholesterol and ratios of types to one another, have a significant effect upon cardiovascular health. 'Good’ cholesterol (high-density…

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What is MenoPeace? MenoPeace is a comprehensive formula designed to ease hot flashes, night sweats, and other symptoms of menopause during this natural transition in a woman's life. Starting during a woman's mid-30s to mid-40s, symptoms of declining female hormone levels begin to appear, and may be marked by irregular cycles, hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings/irritability, low mood, fatigue, anxiety, changes in skin tone, and other…

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…that they can help to firm up loose stool. A number of studies have shown that psyllium husks are quite effective in lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and overall cholesterol levels. Psyllium may be helpful for people with already-high cholesterol levels, as well as those at risk of developing cholesterol problems, such as individuals with insulin resistance or blood sugar imbalances. Studies also suggest that psyllium husks may support…

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…the insulin cascade system. A 2003 study published in Diabetes Care reported that patients taking one to six grams Cinnamon daily, significantly lowered their serum concentrations of glucose, triglycerides, and total cholesterol. No significant changes were seen in the placebo group. The study observed a continued maintenance of lower serum glucose and lipid concentrations even after the patients had stopped consuming Cinnamon. In addition to…

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…and cracks at the corners of the mouth. B vitamin deficiencies can also lower immune function and can cause anemia, constipation, neuritis, skin problems, acne, hair loss, early graying of the hair, increased serum cholesterol and weakness of the legs. B vitamins help in the metabolism of female hormones and are especially important during pregnancy, and in women who are taking birth control pills or on hormone replacement therapy. B vitamins…

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…and cracks at the corners of the mouth. B vitamin deficiencies can also lower immune function and can cause anemia, constipation, neuritis, skin problems, acne, hair loss, early graying of the hair, increased serum cholesterol and weakness of the legs. B vitamins help in the metabolism of female hormones and are especially important during pregnancy, and in women who are taking birth control pills or on hormone replacement therapy. B vitamins…

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What is Anxiety? Anxiety is a common and natural response to the challenges we face in life, be they health, family, financial, or work-related. Once the situation has been dealt with, the associated anxiety will usually resolve of its own accord. For some people, however, anxiety can be persistent and may feel unrelated to anything specific. It can be especially disturbing when it arises for no apparent reason. When this happens, it may leave…

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…blood-sugar-lowering abilities are attributed to a potentiation of glucose-induced insulin release, along with an increased peripheral uptake of glucose. Olive Leaf has also been shown to be effective at lowering cholesterol. One study demonstrated that a full-spectrum extract of Olive Leaf was actually more effective than a standardized oleuropein extract. It may also lower high blood pressure and has been traditionally used for this purpose.…

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…thought to aid in triggering the insulin cascade system. A 2003 study reported that patients taking one to six grams Cinnamon daily, significantly lowered their serum concentrations of glucose, triglycerides, and total cholesterol. No significant changes were seen in the placebo group. The study observed a continued maintenance of lower serum glucose and lipid concentrations even after the patients had stopped consuming Cinnamon. In addition to…

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