I am in that particular “inspired” Friday mood. I wanted to write some ultra chic article, and I remembered this particular thing I like. A lot!
Do you know about Dr. Oz? Dr. Mehmet Oz is a America’s famous personality who has served as health expert on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” since 2004. He is a charming man, not only a good doctor…so you may watch his TV show for his pleasant presence as well. I found out about Dr. Oz, searching Oprah web-site. And the things written in the health category really caught my eye. Start point: Dr. Oz is vice-chair and professor of surgery at Columbia University.
For instance, I searched Dr. Oz web-site, and found out interesting things about the way you should eat healthy. Even though you hear this advice probably daily, a specialist recommendation will probably convince you easier. So, let’s take a look to Dr. Oz advise for the way you can increase the “good” cholesterol in your blood and the way you can lower the “bad” cholesterol you already have:
“How can I increase my good cholesterol?”
“For a change, we actually want to increase something in your body—your HDL levels. HDL is the “good” kind of cholesterol, the kind that’s carried by high-density lipoproteins. You want as high an HDL level as possible—at least greater than 40. Increasing your HDL can be done a couple of ways:
“How can I lower my cholesterol?”
“Here are few tips for lowering cholesterol:
So, today’s article is based on two different topics: one is: how to observe and lower your cholesterol, and the other is about a charming doctor who advises you on-line on his web-site, or, whom you can hear on-line in the Oprah radio shows.