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Cardiovascular Health

Nutrition_Specialties_Cardiovascular_HealthSaturated, dietary cholesterol and trans fats found in fast and processed foods can lead to increased ‘bad’ cholesterol levels and ‘low’ levels of good HDL cholesterol which in turn can lead to cardiovascular and heart disease. Through diet and exercise you can learn to improve your cholesterol levels by eating more foods that will boost your good cholesterol and in doing so over time, you will reduce your “bad” or LDL cholesterol levels. Diet combined with exercise can make a big impact in this area – and you can start eating your way to a healthier you. Lifestyle recommendations may be given such as an exercise programme or suggestions to give up smoking.