Conventional Treatments for Lowering Cholesterol

…natural approach is safer and more effective than drugs The most common conventional treatment for lowering cholesterol is one of the statin drugs: Lipitor (atorvastatin), Zocor (simvastatin), Pravachol (pravastatin), Crestor, (rosuvastatin calcium), and Lescol (fluvastatin). Another option is a class…

Read More

Living After a Heart Attack

…higher dose of 300 mg is recommended if you’re recovering from a heart attack or currently on cholesterol-lowering medication (statins such as Lipitor). If you’ve suffered a heart attack, or know someone who has, I strongly recommend adding these supplements to an existing multivitamin regimen for…

Read More