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Advanced Cardio Rx Review

by Jency William (2019-05-28)

The use of supplements is a popular Advanced Cardio Rx way to help control HDL levels as well. There are many different types of supplements available, some containing just a single nutrients such as artichoke leaf extract, while others contain several nutrients. From my research I would say the preferred choice would be a supplement that contains several nutrients, the reason being is because not only does it help to raise HDL but they also help to control and manage your cholesterol levels in several different ways. Want to lower the risk of heart disease? Try fiber. Researchers from Harvard University have concluded that high total dietary fiber consumption was associated with a 40 percent lower risk of heart disease. Plus, other studies conclude that a high fiber diet along with grains can also help prevent metabolic syndrome, which can often lead not only to heart disease, but also diabetes. The lowering of cholesterol is one of fiber's key heart benefits. Need to reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol? Include soluble fibers in your diet such as those found in oats, citrus fruits, lentils and beans this works more effectively then a diet low in saturated fats and trans fats. Oats are known to have the highest proportion of soluble fiber of the grains. Studies have shown that high blood pressure can also be reduced or even prevented by the use of fiber. One Harvard study concluded that an intake of 24 grams per day or more of fiber provided significant protection against developing high blood pressure. In another study among people who already possessed high blood pressure it was shown that adding fiber to their diet significantly reduced systolic (the top number in the blood pressure reading) and diastolic (the bottom number in the blood pressure reading) blood pressure.

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