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Aged Garlic for Heart and Overall Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 54

Aged Garlic for Heart and Overall Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 54

On today’s episode, Amanda Williams, MPH discusses one of the world’s longest used medicinal foods available – Garlic. Many times, it is only looked at for its heart health benefit, but it really has advantages for overall health, especially in its supplemental form, Aged Garlic.

On A Statin Drug? You Need These Nutrients – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 25

On A Statin Drug? You Need These Nutrients – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 25

Today we are going to discuss how statin drugs impact essential nutrients in the body. If you are on a statin drug to help lower your cholesterol, it is important to know that specific nutrients in your body are being depleted.

10 Delicious Foods To Support Healthy Cholesterol Levels

10 Delicious Foods To Support Healthy Cholesterol Levels

Not all foods are created equal. Here, we expand on the topic of cholesterol and nutrition – offering you information on foods to include in your diet, according to numerous studies and journals.

Importance of Aged Garlic for Heart Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 16

Importance of Aged Garlic for Heart Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 16

According to the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women in the United States. In this episode, Jerry Hickey, Ph. discusses the importance of Aged Garlic for overall heart health.

Studies Show Sterols Can Help Lower Cholesterol Levels – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 6

Studies Show Sterols Can Help Lower Cholesterol Levels – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 6

In Episode 6 of the Invite Health Podcast, Jerry Hickey, Ph., discusses what cholesterol is, its impact on your body, and the effectiveness of sterols in lowering cholesterol levels.

Can Intermittent Fasting Help Ease Metabolic Syndrome?

Can Intermittent Fasting Help Ease Metabolic Syndrome?

The American Heart Association reports that metabolic syndrome affects about 23% of adults. A new study now says that eating within a certain time window – intermittent fasting – can help tackle that.