I’m a 59-year-old woman whose total cholesterol had been around 250 mg/ dL for several years. Last year, it was 254 mg/dL. My triglycericides were high, as was my LDL [the ‘bad’ low-density lipoprotein type of cholesterol].
Re your report on essential fatty acids (WDDTY vol 14 no 2), we know that EFAs are fragile and easily oxidised, so people who consume oils need to have plenty of vitamin E, from a natural source, as this antioxidant is fat-soluble.
Q:I was astounded to read your book review of Toxic Psychiatry by Peter Breggin (WDDTY Vol 4 No 1) which suggested that mental illness can be treated merely with counselling. ... ...
Although the conventional approach to an enlarged prostate (also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH) is drugs or sometimes even surgery, there are many alternative treatments backed up by sound scientific evidence.
AND IT ISN'T GREAT FOR ALZHEIMER'S, EITHER: But the 'good fats' can pr
We now know more than ever about how to prevent asthma and how to keep attacks to a minimum. Consider the following advice to help keep your airways working optimally.
Protecting your children from environmental toxins requires efforts on several fronts and may even need to begin before conception. Consider the following suggestions to help keep your child healthy:
Q I recently contracted dermatitis, probably as a result of all the painkillers and antibiotics I was given after minor knee surgery. Rashes, irritating spots and discoloured patches have now begun to appear at random
It can also affect the heart An underactive thyroid can lead to heart problems over time. In fact, hypothyroidism can be damaging even at subclinical levels - when it is either undetected or thought to be too insignificant to treat.