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There is no doubt that eating high quality fish is generally good for your health. Over the years research has supported the benefits for cardiovascular health of consuming a great deal of fish. Fish is also a great part of a low calorie diet which can help with weight control. Recent research has shown that eating fish increases good cholesterol levels.
On a recent episode of The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Oz discusses with viewers the importance of knowing what your LDL cholesterol number is and shows viewers a simple way to test their number and how to lower it. But is this good advice? And does his test tell you whether you have the small particle or large particle LDL as reported in an earlier Dr. Oz episode?
In a new study published in the Journal of Food Science, researchers observed the association of grape consumption from the most common non-alcoholic forms consumed – fresh grapes, raisins and 100%
On the Dr. Oz Show, health experts tell viewers that being on statin drugs is one of the biggest flaws in medicine for treating high cholesterol and that the latest cholesterol test you need is one that your doctor should be evaluating your cholesterol levels with rather than traditional HDL/LDL cholesterol tests.