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Comments The 24-year-old's daily diet consists of meals such as freeze-dried locust oatmeal for breakfast, cricket sandwiches for lunch and wax worm tacos for his dinner...A student from Blackburn in England has admitted to eating thousands of
A study of volunteers who ate about a pound of strawberries a day had lowered levels of bad cholesterol and triglycerides, Italian and Spanish researchers say. Researchers at the Universita Politecnica delle Marche colleagues at the Universities of
Scientists found that adding strawberries to the diets of 23 healthy volunteers significantly lowered the amount of "bad" cholesterol and triglyceride fat in their blood. But the participants had to consume 500 grams of the fruits, or two average-
Millions more people should be put on cholesterol-lowering statin drugs to protect them against heart attacks and strokes, according to draft guidelines for the NHS in England. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence says the scope for
Editor's Picks Sixty percent of Americans will suffer a heart attack or stroke in their lifetime, and cholesterol plays a major role in many of these events. Cholesterol is a by-product of the animal fats found in meats, cheese and dairy products,
LDL cholesterol," explained Simon Glerup, associate professor from Aarhus University in Denmark.
On the far side of eighty-years-old, he looked lively and trim, and his weathered face hinted at a smile as his blue eyes peered straight into mine. I think these cholesterol pills are hurting my muscles, he declared.
There's no need to convince most Chinese people of jasmine's various health benefits. From the moment that it was initially brought to Asia from Persia during the Song dynasty, the Chinese started consuming it as an enjoyable herbal tea.
The pills that make us ill Supplements aren't always good for your health, say experts. Unhealthy cholesterol linked to Alzheimer's Unhealthy cholesterol levels are linked to one of the key brain signatures of Alzheimer's disease, scientists have
has contributed to a finding that could one day rival a drug commonly used for regulating cholesterol. The discovery of how a form of microRNA helps control cholesterol could have huge implications, improving the quality of life and preventing