Perhaps you've never heard of this citrus fruit, but it offers a unique blend of active ingredients that have been shown to reduce cholesterol levels.
The answer is the Mediterranean Diet, which is popular with the people of Southern Europe. It consists of large quantities of fruits and vegetables but also includes fatty fish, nuts, seeds, beans and olive oil. The diet usually involves low amounts of sugar, refined carbohydrates, red meat and processed food; however, people who follow...
To avoid statins and limit your risk, consider trying these five alternative, natural treatment options prior to beginning medicinal treatment.
Research suggests boosting intake of this nutrient may be an easy way to alleviate pain and discomfort that is often a side effect of taking statin drugs.
New research suggests that statins increase the risks of developing cataracts.
It is possible for many diabetics to keep their blood sugar levels close to a truly normal range with an integrative approach. Eating a healthy diet, taking the right nutritional supplements and botanicals, performing exercise daily, and limiting the use of prescription drugs -- are some natural ways to control or even reverse diabetes.
The revelations about the serious side effects of statins never seem to stop. Recent research shows the link between diabetes and these medications is overwhelmingly strong.
The entrenched belief that statins are wonder drugs has led physicians to prescribe them rampantly in hopes of preventing heart attacks. Now, a study has found the presumed safety and efficacy of these medications is actually a fallacy based on deceptive statistics.
Obtaining and maintaining healthy cholesterol levels can seem like a complex puzzle, but there's several easy ways you can optimize your cholesterol levels.
New research indicates that statin drugs are likely contributing to the epidemic of knee osteoarthritis.