1. Foods To Lower Your LDL Cholesterol

    At Men’s Vitality Center in Glendale, we help clients manage their cholesterol through our cholesterol management program. When you need to lower your cholesterol, you may be concerned that you won’t be able to enjoy delicious food again. However, there are many tasty foods out there that actually lower your LDL cholesterol levels. Avocado Avocado contains oleic acid, which helps lower LDL cho…Read More

  2. Improving HDL Levels

    We have all heard of “GOOD” and “BAD” cholesterol levels. Cholesterol levels and heart health go hand-in-hand. Good cholesterol, also known as high density lipoproteins (HDL), helps to improve your health. Bad cholesterol, also known as low density lipoproteins (LDL), has a negative impact on health. One of the ways in which you can take control of your overall health and well-being is to …Read More

  3. How HDL and LDL Can Affect Health

    Cholesterol management in Glendale, AZ does not have to be as difficult as many people make it out to be. Cholesterol is a natural substance that is made in the human body. People need cholesterol for synthesis of hormones and vitamins. This naturally occurring substance can also be found in the foods that we ingest on a daily basis. Contrary to popular belief, not all cholesterol is bad for you. …Read More

  4. Is Medication Necessary for Cholesterol Management?

    Unusually high levels of Low Density Lipoproteins (LDL) can negatively affect the health of men and women of any age. High cholesterol (high LDL and low HDL levels) is one of the biggest factors that can be controlled when it comes to coronary artery disease of any kind. High levels of LDL can also lead to blocked arteries, stroke, and heart attacks. Individuals that have been diagnosed with high …Read More

  5. Managing Cholesterol

    Uncontrolled cholesterol levels can be extremely dangerous to the overall health of a male or a female. This waxy substance that is found within the blood can begin to build up along the walls of blood vessels. When bad cholesterol (LDL) levels are too high it can lead to completely blocked blood vessels. One important thing to note is that the body does need cholesterol in order to function corre…Read More