Twin Cities Cardiologist Develops Food Line To Lower Cholesterol
5 monthes ago - By CBS
MINNEAPOLIS - They are some of the most commonly prescribed medications, but a Twin Cities cardiologist says food can have the same effect to lower our cholesterol.
This first-of-its kind line is yielding some impressive results in heart health. So much so, Silicon Valley has taken note.
It's a number that for decades meant danger for Marybeth Darusmont. In her 30s, her total cholesterol hit the high 300s. A normal level should be less than 200.
“I tried to avoid fats, avoid sugar,” Darusmont said.
Too much cholesterol increases the chance of a heart attack. So Darusmont tried...
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