Cardiologist Explains Benefits of Niacin for Heart Health

By: thedrswolfson
January 29, 2019

Niacin (vitamin B3) has been extensively studied and is the best available method to raise HDL. But just because the HDL number goes up, it does not necessarily decrease heart attack risk, stroke risk, or extend life. Many drugs have tried and failed in this endeavor. But niacin seems to hold true. The form that […]

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Top 8 Foods to Boost HDL

By: thedrswolfson
July 24, 2018

What it is, why it’s good and natural ways to boost it When you think of cholesterol you probably think of it in terms of “good” or “bad”. While there has been lot of nutritional science research that has shifted this paradigm in recent years, the notion that HDL is good for you still rings […]

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Beyond Cholesterol Testing | Discover the Best Cardiac Risk Test

By: thedrswolfson
May 11, 2018

Total cholesterol is a very poor measure mortality risk and cardiovascular risk. In this video, Dr. Jack Wolfson shares the most predictive marker for cardiovascular risk.  By watching this video you will discover: Common markers used to determine cardiovascular risks The markers for heart disease you must know The best predictive marker for cardiovascular […]

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HDL- The Good Cholesterol

By: thedrswolfson
January 11, 2016

HDL is commonly referred to as the “good” cholesterol. LDL, mistakenly, is known as the bad cholesterol. But that is all pharmaceutical company propaganda. The human body manufactures both HDL and LDL for a purpose. No mistakes are made, only responses to poor nutrition and chemicals. HDL stands for high-density lipoprotein. Since HDL contains a […]

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