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Top Heart Doctor Los Angeles

Posted Mar 16 2012 11:20am
Depending on your culture and your beliefs you will eat what you think is best.  Sometimes what you’re brought up to eat on a regular basis is not really the greatest choice health wise. One of the best places to start your journey of better eating is by consulting a Top Heart Doctor Los Angeles has to offer.  Your Los Angeles Cardiology Doctor should be able to offer you some great ideas on what’s best for you to eat regularly. 
What we eat does affect our cardiovascular health and our cholesterol levels.  Sometimes it’s necessary to intake medication to help maintain your cholesterol levels.  One medication that helps lower cholesterol levels is called Statin.  A study done and published in 2011, states that long term use of statins do not slow the progression of Coronary Calcification. 
Your local Los Angeles Cardiology Doctor can better explain this to you.  A somewhat brief explanation of what Coronary Calcification, it’s a process.  This process involves the interior lining of the coronary arteries develops a layer of hard substance known as plaque. Too much fat, cholesterol, and waste material become calcified in arteries that have or become damaged due to high blood pressure, diabetes, smoking, or unhealthy diet. 
When Coronary Calcification occurs, it restricts blood flow which can cause chronic chest pain, heart attacks, and eventually heart failure.   Age and body mass index or better known as BMI are known to correlate with buildup of calcium.  These types of medications, such as Lipitor for example do have some tough side effects.   Some of the side effects may include: headaches, infection, myalgia, diarrhea, rash, abdominal pain, back pain, flu syndrome.  There are also some major side effects such as: tendon rupture,  pancreatitis just to name a few. 
You should be aware of the side effects of these medications and, consume them after careful analysis.  Your Cardiologist can better advise you what’s best for you and if you really need to consume medication.  There are also natural approaches to support cholesterol control and regulate arterial calcification.  Inflammation is generally seen as a cause of coronary artery disease. 
Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Herbology has some of the best methods in reducing the inflammation.  First there is something called “ D Flame,” which has: Holy Basil, Turmeric, Ginger, Green Tea, Boswellia, Bromelian, Baikal Skullcap, Resveratrol and Berberine, which scientifically has been proven to combat inflammation.  Then there is “CirculationSJ,” which invigorates blood and qi circulation and, breaks up chronic blood stagnation.   So you should consult your heart doctor soon to see what you need to do to take care of your cardiovascular system. 
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