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Homocysteine: What You Need to Know
Are you familiar with the term homocysteine? We all should be, especially those of us who are over 40 and/or have any risk factors or family history of heart disease or diabetes. Why is this so important? Well, consider that 50% of Americans have at least one cardiovascular risk factor, and of those with multiple risk factors, less than 10% have them adequately controlled.1 While heart disease is a deadly foe, it's also highly preventable. Here's a risk factor you definitely need to know about:
What is homocysteine?
Why are high homocysteine levels harmful?
Does homocysteine promote inflammation?
What causes high homocysteine levels?
How is homocysteine measured?
How can you reduce homocysteine?
Reducing your risk of heart disease involves a wide range of healthy lifestyle choices, some being easier to implement than others. Lowering elevated homocysteine happens to be among the simplest risk factors to correct.