High cholesterol effects as many as 93 million Americans over the age of 20. Although this diagnosis is common, many people have misconceptions about their risk factors, what contributes to high cholesterol, and how to manage it. There are no early warning signs or symptoms and most people are diagnosed from routine blood work. Worry and a lack of knowledge lead many of your patients to accept conventional drug therapy before making any diet, lifestyle or supplemental changes. That's where you come in to debunk facts from myths.
- What are the reasons Cholesterol is such a big problem in modern society?
- Why have good fats become demonized?
- Why doesn't the public understand that cholesterol is needed by every cell in the body?
Learn reliable and practical methods of assessment and nutritional support to assist patients with challenging lipid profiles so they can live a "fat-filled" life.