Cholesterol, Sugar, and Salt – Don’t Let your Heart Fail You

cholesterol and  heart healthHeart health is important that is why this month’s Sunshine Sharing focuses on cholesterol and heart health. According to Dr. Halstead, it takes twenty years for current medical research to filter down through the medical system and become the standard practice of medical doctors. This certainly appears to be true with heart disease prevention, where decades old misconceptions abound.

Here are some widely believed misconceptions and concepts that are out of date with current medical research. Many people believe that eating red meat, butter, eggs, and other foods high in saturated fats and cholesterol will increase their risk of heart disease. This is because of the false belief that hardening of the arteries is caused by high cholesterol. Most people also believe that eating too much salt will cause high blood pressure.

In this issue we’ll explain why these widely-known “facts” aren’t accurate and discuss what more recent research is saying about heart disease. We will also talk about some of the drugs commonly prescribed to reduce the risk of heart disease. Also its time to lear about their more natural alternatives. We will also take a look at what you can do naturally to support and protect the health of your heart.

Cholesterol, Sugar and Salt

This issue dives into discussing cholesterol and heart health and why too high and too low is not beneficial to your overall health. It also discusses statins and natural alternatives. It reviews the myths of salt and presents that the real concern is sugar. It’s time to learn how you can eat healthier and start to focus on whole foods. Eats lots of fruits, green leafy vegetables as well as all vegetables, lean meats and healthy fats. Start limiting processed and refined sugars, they are the real culprit for today’s health concerns. Natural supplements to support healthy blood pressure, and to keep your blood flowing freely are discussed in this month’s issue. Also why has Salt taken such a brutal beating. Learn more about heart health in this month’s Sunshine Sharing.