We’ve been told for years that high cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease.
That eating foods high in cholesterol will increase your cholesterol levels and increase your risk of heart disease.
That taking a statin will reduce both your cholesterol levels and reduce your heart disease risk.
But, what if you knew that a low cholesterol level is a bigger risk factor for disease than a high one?
That taking a statin won’t reduce your risk of getting heart disease?
And that eating eggs, butter and beef won’t increase your cholesterol level, but starchy, refined carbohydrates will?
Would you feel cheated? All those years of tasteless margarine, low fat foods and cholesterol lowering ‘food-like products’.
Free seminar at Cantley Lodge Hotel, Wellington Road, Wokingham RG40 2AN
19.30-21.00 Friday 25 May, 2012
Come along and find out what you need to do to keep your heart healthy.
If your cardiovascular system is already struggling (high blood pressure, you’re on statins or had a stoke or heart attack) we can tell you what you need to do to get it working optimally again.
And finally how regardless of your family history, what you can do to give yourself the best possible chance for prevention from heart disease!