Little do they know that some supplements really can lower
your LDL ("bad") cholesterol or triglycerides.
Health effects: Lowers
LDLs, neutral on HDLs, may lower
The benefits (profit, growth, power) are being captured not for patients and buyers but for managed care firms and insurers who seek control over patients and use that control to pressure providers to lower
resource use and lower
In fact, lower
inflation helps to advance one of the very important measures of economic opportunity in America: home ownership.
Even when scientists know what fiber does -- for instance, some types clearly lower
blood cholesterol--they often don't know exactly how it works.
ratings for Power are largely the result of the higher level of nuclear operating expenses and replacement power costs incurred year to date and projected for the remainder of 2004 and into 2005.
Good studies haven't consistently shown that garlic lowers
cholesterol, blood pressure, or blood sugar, or that it prevents heart attacks, cancer, or blood clots.
The higher data throughput enables more efficient bandwidth utilization, lowers
power consumption and broadens the applications for Bluetooth technology.
Cutting salt and excess weight can lower
your pressure, says a new study called the Trial of Nonpharmacologic Interventions in the Elderly (TONE).
A: Unlike drugs, diet lowers
the risk of heart disease in several ways.
Some people who follow a strict low-fat diet can develop carbohydrate-induced high triglycerides, and that lowers
their HDL," says Margo Denke.
For instance, the ability to offer tiered storage within a single storage system and enable simplified integration through support of industry standards lowers
the price for SAN implementations -- making them more attractive to a broader range of customers.
It raises HDL and, in some people, lowers
LDL and triglycerides.
Additionally, Fitch lowers
the ratings of four classes of MMCA 2002-3 Auto Owner Trust and removes all classes from Rating Watch Negative (see full list below).
Companies are particularly eager to cash in on the craze because they're not bound by law or regulation to: * test to see if their product actually lowers
cholesterol, * add more than a smidgen of oat bran (or whatever), * divulge how much oat bran they've added, or * provide even ordinary nutrition labeling.