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Antihyperlipidemic Drugs: Nursing Pharmacology Study Guide

Antihyperlipidemic Drugs lower serum levels of cholesterol and various lipids. Includes bile acid sequestrants, HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, cholesterol absorption inhibitors.

Best Cholesterol Diet: Even if you begin drug treatment to lower your cholesterol, you will need to continue your treatment with lifestyle changes. This will keep the dose of medicine as low as possible, and lower your risk in other ways as well. There are several types of drugs available for cholesterol lowering including statins, bile acid sequestrants, nicotinic acid, fibric acids, and cholesterol absorption inhibitors.

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Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Medication: Antidiabetics, Biguanides, Antidiabetics, Sulfonylureas, Antidiabetics, Meglitinide Derivatives, Antidiabetics, Alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitors, Antidiabetics, Thiazolidinediones, Antidiabetics, Glucagonlike Peptide-1 Agonists, Antidiabetics, Dipeptidyl Peptidase IV Inhibitors, Antidiabetics, Amylinomimetics, Selective Sodium-Glucose Transporter-2 Inhibitors, Bile Acid Sequestrants, Antidiabetics, Rapid-Acting Insulins, Antidiabetics, Short-Acting Insulins…

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lower cholesterol fast: Your doctor can help decide which type of drug is best for you. The statin drugs are very effective in lowering LDL levels and are safe for most people. Bile acid sequestrants also lower LDL and can be used alone or in combination with statin drugs. Nicotinic acid lowers LDL and triglycerides and raises HDL. Fibric acids lower LDL somewhat but are used mainly to treat high triglyceride and low HDL levels.

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from EverydayHealth.com

11 Superfoods for Your Diabetes Diet

Kale Of all the leafy greens you could enjoy on a diabetes diet, kale is the superstar, according to Smithson. This vegetable is rich in a slew of essential nutrients, including vitamins A, B6, C, K, and folate; the minerals calcium and magnesium; fiber; and flavonoids and other antioxidants. Kale is also very low in carbohydrates, sodium, and cholesterol, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reports. Smithson adds that kale contains bile acid sequestrants, substances that lower LDL…

Kale Loves You, but Do You Love Kale Back?: There it is, in your salad, fighting cancer with its sulforaphane. And it’s over there, in your juice, supplying you with more of vitamins A and C then you need in one day. And again, at dinner, kale appears on your plate, sautéed with garlic and chile, finished with a touch of lemon, providing you with the bile acid sequestrants your body can use to lower cholesterol and help avoid absorbing dietary fats. So the question is, What have you done ...

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