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Cardio Clear 7 Review

by Shanu Sweet (2019-07-16)

This health plan is often adjusted in the long-term Cardio Clear 7 based on the goals of the diet or the patient's diagnosis. After a patient has been treated using this diet recommendation he or she will normally be referred to a dietician who will help him or her to maintain this diet. Generally a cardiac or "heart healthy" diet as it has been called may be administered with the objective of restricting the intake of fat, cholesterol, sodium, and sometimes caffeine. Dietary fats, especially saturated and trans fats, may actually contribute to elevating an individual's overall cholesterol levels, low-density lipoproteins (LDL), and triglycerides which can encourage the development and accumulation of plaque within the blood vessel walls. This build-up of plaque will ultimately lead to a decrease in the size of the blood vessel lumen. Saturated fats are predominantly found in animal products. This kind of fat has been linked to an increase of low-density lipoprotein levels (LDL), which are strongly associated with a heightened risk of heart disease.