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Whole Wheat Drastically Raises Small, Dense LDL Cholesterol

Studies have shown that dense LDL cholesterol, along with triglycerides, is the real culprit in heart disease. Eating eggs changes small, dense LDL particles into larger, more buoyant particles that do not clog arteries.

LDL cholesterol particle size - larger is better for longevity - " Evidence Supports LDL Particle Size Test There is ample evidence the predominance of small, dense LDL is a reflection metabolic abnormalities, all of which are independent precursors of cardiovascular disease"

Fluffier LDL: The saturated fat in grassfed butter reaches 63%. Consuming these fatty acids can change your LDL cholesterol from small and dense (bad) to large and fluffy (good!).

The hottest trend of the past few years, Intermittent Fasting proves that one can burn fat while building muscle (or get very close to it)! This infographic breaks down the benefits and the six most popular fasting regimens. Remember, the best regimen for you is the one that works! See which one works with your lifestyle the best, then google the hell out of it!

Women wear several hats everyday and in a society where time is money, learning to be more efficient could be exactly what you need to become more organized, sleep better, and be a ROCK star in you...

1 Sweet Potato- skinned & diced chunks 1 Yam- skinned & diced chunks 2 Apples, peeled & cut in quarters EVOO, salt, pepper, & cinnamon Preheat 375. Place prepared fruit & veggies on a parchment lined baking sheet. Drizzle w/ EVOO. Sprinkle sweet potato & yam with salt & pepper. Dust apples w/ cinnamon. Place in the oven & roast for 45-50 min, until fruit & veggies are fork tender/not charred. Cool. Dice fruit & veggies into pieces & store in airtight container in fridge until ready to serve.

Tired of Cheerios? Over 40 Finger Foods Your Baby Will Love - I read this and we do a lot, but it has really good ideas I hadn't thought of! - AAH

Angriest Trainer 265: Anna’s 1 on 1 with Sarah Baker