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Part 4–Cholesterol Isn’t Cholesterol:Cholesterol, Lipoproteins, Triglycerides, Fats, Diet, Atherosclerosis, Stress, Inflammation, Metabolic Syndrome, Leptin Resistance And What It Means To Your Health

Part 4 If I Exercise A Lot, Will I Still Develop Metabolic Syndrome?      This is a great question, and many people fall into the trap of believing that exercising a lot gives them license to eat whatever they want without consequences. It’s just not the case, unfortunately. In what seems like a past

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Part 3–Cholesterol Isn’t Cholesterol:Cholesterol, Lipoproteins, Triglycerides, Fats, Diet, Atherosclerosis, Stress, Inflammation, Metabolic Syndrome, Leptin Resistance And What It Means To Your Health

Part 3 Particle Number, Continued An important question at this point is, “Are some particles more damaging and/or helpful than others?” And the answer is indeed yes. What seems to cause the most problems of all is when there’s a lot of LDL-P. When I was in the earlier stages of the (very long) process

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Part 1: Cholesterol Isn’t Cholesterol: Cholesterol, Lipoproteins, Triglycerides, Fats, Diet, Atherosclerosis, Stress, Inflammation, Metabolic Syndrome, Leptin Resistance And What It Means To Your Health

   Introduction–Part 1 One of my patients likes to say to me, “Two words: Cliff Notes,” meaning an abridged explanation is always appreciated. Some subjects, even when abridged, tend to be technical and a little lengthy, and cholesterol is definitely one of them. The big idea of this blogpost is to give you a lot

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