Diabetic’s Cholesterol Concern Brief Cholesterol Overview

Brief Cholesterol Overview

Cholesterol is a fatlike waxy substance important for many useful bodily functions. Cholesterol levels are controlled by your liver and dietary intake. LDL’s carry cholesterol where it is needed in the body and HDL’s carry cholesterol back to the liver. In cases of high cholesterol, LDL’s release cholesterol into your arteries, creating hard lumps called plaques restricting bloodflow. The result is high blood pressure, blood clots, heart attacks and strokes. For more extensive information on cholesterol, please visit our cholesterol health center

Diabetes and Cholesterol

Diabetes can have a negative impact on the balance between HDL and LDL levels. People with diabetes tend to have LDL particles that stick to arteries and damage their walls more easily. Diabetics are prone to low HDL levels and high triglyceride counts, raising the risk of heart and artery disease. As a result, diabetics experience heart disease earlier, more frequently, and related fatalities are more common.

What is the Best Way to achieve Healthier Cholesterol and Triglyceride Levels?

The easiest and best way to achieve and maintain healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels is using LipidShield™, the breakthrough scientifically formulated and doctor recommended cholesterol fighting Nutraceutical product. Inositol Hexanicotinate is one of the 6 primary active ingredients in LipidShield which combines 5 other active ingredients that compliment and increase the effectiveness of Inositol Hexanicotinate. These other ingredients have been extensively researched and studied and are proven effective for lowering Bad Cholesterol and triglycerides and increasing Good Cholesterol.

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