In today's podcast, Dr Ross Walker reveals how to decisively treat heart disease using diet and lifestyle measures, with judicious use of nutraceuticals and warranted medications for demonstrated disease progression.
There’s a small, but significant revolution going on in our understanding of heart disease risk factor markers.
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a lipid-soluble molecule distributed in all cellular membranes of the human body. It is generally referred to as ubiquinone, due to its ubiquitous, omnipresent nature, and has been used as a therapeutic supplement for more than 30 years.
An Assessment modelling study from the UK in 2013 came to the surprising conclusion that simply by adding one apple per day to elderly people’s diet the number of deaths prevented from vascular disease would approach those prevented from taking a statin and with far fewer side-effects.
According to Dr Jason Kaplan, an wholistic cardiologist from Sydney, the cholesterol story is changing.
When it comes to prevention of cardiovascular disease, cholesterol and LDL is only part of the picture. The reality is that the majority of people who are treated for heart attacks have normal cholesterol levels.
Cardiovascular disease is responsible for 11% of deaths in Australia.
Andrew Whitfield-Cook had the opportunity to interview Dr Mark Houston. Here he shares his thoughts on cardiovascular disease.
In this, second part of a two part interview with Australia's leading nutritional biochemist, Dr Robert Buist they continue to explore the latest in cholesterol research and its implication to our understanding of cardiovascular health and disease prevention.