Cholesterol and It's Treatment and Control Cholesterol treatment normally starts with diet and exercise. Their are also foods, herbs, spices, supplements and natural treatments for cholesterol that can be used to lower cholesterol even further. Then there are cholesterol drugs - prescription cholesterol drugs - that work really well, but can have unpleasant side effects. High cholesterol symptoms are few, but the effects of high cholesterol include strokes and other debilitating and deadly outcomes. 2008 Thu, 26 Feb 2009 19:17:42 +1030 Thu, 26 Feb 2009 19:15:14 +1030 FeedForAll v2.0 (
Such a diet requires an understanding of the relationship between cholesterol and saturated fat, the role of certain foods in reducing cholesterol, as well as dietary cholesterol.

In fact, most high cholesterol sufferers are unable to correct their diet to achieve any significant lowering of their cholesterol.

As a result, many then falsely believe they are genetically predisposed to high cholesterol, and that the only real treatment for them is presrciption cholesterol lowering drugs, and all the side effects and expense that comes with them.

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PS. this is my first attempt at rss feeds, so please do let me know if I have done anything wrong.]]> Cholesterol and It's Treatment and Control High cholesterol can cause us much worry and anguish, controlling it means we can enjoy life again. 61 80 Cholesterol Management Cholesterol management is one of our basic cholesterol pages, to help those new to the idea, to come to terms with all that cholesterol management entails. 7B0D0AF0-CC46-4834-B00E-0EA0FEC1759A Thu, 26 Feb 2009 19:15:14 +1030 Future direction The cholesterol web site has undergone some substantial changes, and a new design change is expected shortly.<br /> <br /> 53D9A7D6-0C89-4E1E-A19B-5E7320682B20 Sat, 29 Nov 2008 15:05:21 +1030 Cholesterol Questions and Answers We will be adding several more pages soon of cholesterol questions and answers. <br /> <br /> So if you have a question on cholesterol, such as what do these cholesterol levels mean? Do these levels require the use of cholesterol drugs? Will a cholesterol diet be the preferred choice at this time?<br /> <br /> Got a question? Then ask!<br /> <br /> Kind regards,<br /> Donald. ED08E44E-987C-47EF-91FE-C097F51CC58D Fri, 24 Oct 2008 08:25:36 +1030 Lower Cholesterol Naturally Using Diet
A sample diet to reduce cholesterol briefly sets forth a complete diet, which, if followed, should result in the reduction of high cholesterol levels.

Once the sample diet is mastered and followed, and a basic understanding of cholesterol is achieved, the cholesterol sufferer is then able to move on to a menu plan approach to controlling their cholesterol.

As the name implies, the cholesterol menu plan provides a greater scope than the restrictive sample diet, in that the sufferer is able to select foods from groups of foods, interchange foods, based on someone else work in deciding how foods can be grouped together and interchanged.

Although cholesterol menu planners are harder to develop, they are still relatively easy for newcomers to use - as other, more experienced people have already developed the menu plan.

The next phase in controlling cholesterol through diet, is to start working out which foods can cause cholesterol to increase, and which foods can help to reduce it.

A cholesterol sufferer at this point of development, is now much more likely to succeed long term.]]> 0BAAE663-741B-4D9B-82C4-187570813367 Sat, 18 Oct 2008 15:06:02 +1030