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National Cholesterol Education Program Guidelines recommend:

The 25-30% fat recommendation allows for increased intake of unsaturated fat in place of carbohydrates in people with the metabolic syndrome or diabetes.
For those people with elevated cholesterol level a “Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes” or (TLC) diet is recommended.

The diet should include these three steps:

1. Carbohydrates should come mainly from foods rich in complex carbohydrates. These include grains (especially from whole grains), fruits   and vegetables.    

2. Daily energy expenditure should include at least moderate physical activity (contributing about 200 Kcal a day).  

3. Options include adding 10-25 grams of viscous (soluble) fiber, 2 gram/day of plant-derived sterols or stanols. Soy protein may be used as a replacement for some animal products.

    *Bios Life is the only clinically proven, patented, natural formulation to deliver this combination of soluable fiber, plant sterols, and plant stanols in an easy to use, tasty and palatable product.

    N.C.E.P. Guidelines - Normal 
    Guideline for high risk patients 
    Total Cholesterol   less than 200         Total Cholesterol       less than 150
    L.D.L.’s                       less than 100 L.D.L’s                            less than 70
    H.D.L.’s                        greater than 40 H.D.L.’s                          greater than  50
    Triglycerides             less than 150 Triglycerides               less than 100

    Note: High risk patients are those that have experienced a cardiovascular event, family history of cardiovascular disease or age.

    Click here to research the N.C.E.P. Guideline document published by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute


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