Among the many diet trends in the world of healthy eating, gluten is a fairly new entrant. You must have seen the word pop up on many menus and restaurant fronts - ‘Now serving gluten-free desserts!’. But what about the science behind it?
Not only there is a surge in the prevalence of chronic conditions among people, but it has also started to hit them a decade in advance as compared to the previous trends.
Bergamot may help in treating elevated lipid levels and preventing heart disease.
Obesity and being overweight increase a person’s risk to 13 different types of cancers; however, an active lifestyle to maintain the body weight and eating right can help.
Use of ghee in the right quantity is healthy even if you have high cholesterol levels.
Dyslipidaemia and hypertension are inter-related and can put you at a greater risk of heart disease if untreated.
Early screening for dyslipidaemia i.e. abnormal lipid levels, in children and adolescents, can prevent cardiovascular events in future.
Negative lifestyle behaviours can be a significant cause of abnormal lipid levels; making lifestyle modifications can help you control dyslipidaemia or high cholesterol.
The use of antiretroviral drugs in patients with HIV may result in metabolic changes such as dyslipidaemia. While the link between the use of antiretroviral drugs and dyslipidaemia continues to remain a debatable topic, it is not easy to manage the health and comfort of patients with HIV and dyslipidaemia.
Cholesterol = Heart troubles! Isn’t that what we’ve all been told? But, did you know that there’s good cholesterol too? Read on to learn 9 foods that can help boost your good cholesterol!