Lowering the Number One Risk Factor

Homocysteine, lipoprotein (little a), insulin and free radicals may all play a role in cardiovascular disease, but none are likely to prove as important as high LDL, the bad cholesterol. Indeed, a recent prospective study failed to confirm homocysteine as a risk factor for coronary heart disease, althought it did find an association with low levels of Vitamin B-6. Smoking and hypertension are the ...

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