1972) Estimation of the concentration of low- density lipoprotein cholesterol
in plasma, without use of the preparative ultracentrifuge.
There's nothing wrong with people who have high cholesterol
eating a bowl of Cheerios every morning.
Phase II trials of CRD5, designed to show efficacy in patients with abnormal cholesterol
levels, are planned for 2005.
We also know that there's a correlation between cholesterol
and other blood fat levels in children and the degree of fatty streaking or atherosclerosis in their arteries, he says.
Garner of the University of Alabama at Birmingham cautions that the new data don't prove that cholesterol
initiates synapse formation.
People who consumed soybean oil reduced their levels of LDL cholesterol
by an average of 12 percent compared with those who ate butter.
in foods has a second effect, completely separate from its ability to raise your blood cholesterol
The American Heart Association (AHA) earlier reported that soy protein lowers harmful LDL cholesterol
by only 3 percent, contrary to the FDA health claim on soy protein.
Tocotrienols don't seem to affect cholesterol
levels in people," says Andre Theriault of the University of Hawaii in Honolulu.
9 Expert Panel on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol
Using a database of several million patients from 368 medical practices in the United Kingdom, the researchers identified more than 24,000 people with high cholesterol
levels who had taken statins or other cholesterol
-lowering drugs, more than 11,000 similar people who took no such drugs, and 25,000 people with normal cholesterol
levels and no history of taking cholesterol
Studies conducted prior to the availability of effective cholesterol
lowering drugs have indicated that without treatment, the mean age of onset of coronary heart disease in men with this genetic disorder is around the age of 40, and 10 to 15 years later for women.