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Transform Your Health: Mastering Cholesterol

Introduction to Our Specialised Service





Welcome to Est-Ethics Wellness Clinic, where your journey towards a healthier life begins! With our dedicated registered nutritionist Yagmur Meryem Acar, we are thrilled to introduce our specialised service - "Nutritional Advice for Cholesterol". This bespoke program is meticulously designed to cater to your unique health needs, ensuring a path to wellness that's as individual as you are.


Why Cholesterol Matters


Managing your cholesterol isn't just about keeping track of a number; it's a pivotal piece in the puzzle of your overall health. While LDL cholesterol, often dubbed 'bad cholesterol,' can pose health risks, HDL cholesterol, the 'good cholesterol,' plays a crucial role in clearing cholesterol from your arteries. Achieving a balance between these levels is paramount for reducing the risk of heart disease and enhancing your overall fitness and vitality.


Strategic Adjustments for Balance


Attaining a balanced cholesterol level is achievable through strategic adjustments to your diet and lifestyle. In the realm of managing conditions like high cholesterol, prediabetes, and diabetes, the overarching quality of your diet holds the utmost significance. The three macronutrients—carbohydrates, proteins, and fats—exert distinct influences on cholesterol levels. However, making dietary changes to lower cholesterol need not be a daunting task, as numerous foods play a role in reducing LDL markers.


Misconceptions and Healthy Choices


Despite common misconceptions about cholesterol-rich foods, such as whole eggs, shellfish, organ meats, and full-fat dairy, they can be part of a healthy diet when consumed in the right portions. Numerous studies have indicated that integrating healthy, cholesterol-rich foods such as eggs, fatty seafood, and full-fat dairy can positively impact various aspects of health.


The Dual Nature of Cholesterol: LDL and HDL


Cholesterol travels through your bloodstream in two primary forms: LDL (Low-Density Lipoprotein) and HDL (High-Density Lipoprotein). LDL is often labelled as 'bad' cholesterol, while HDL is termed 'good' cholesterol and plays a protective role.


Balancing the Scales


The key to cholesterol management is balancing these two types. A high level of LDL cholesterol, coupled with a low level of HDL cholesterol, spells trouble for heart health. Conversely, lowering LDL levels and increasing HDL can significantly reduce cardiovascular risks.


The Science Behind Cholesterol Management


Research underscores the importance of diet, exercise, and lifestyle in managing cholesterol levels. Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, soluble fibre, and healthy fats can positively impact cholesterol levels.


Our Comprehensive Approach



Our "Tailored Cholesterol Management Program" service includes:


  • Two 45-Minute Tailored Sessions (£ x per session): In-depth consultations to review your blood test results, lifestyle, and personal health background.

  • Realistic Targets: Personalised dietary and supplement recommendations, along with daily and weekly goals.

  • Achieving Long-Term Wellness: Aims to manage your cholesterol levels effectively within 2-3 months.




Your journey doesn't end with our sessions. We provide you with the knowledge and tools to make informed food choices and maintain a healthy cholesterol balance for life.


Additional Diagnostic Tools for Enhanced Personalisation


  • Food Intolerance Test: Discover potential food intolerances for a more tailored nutrition plan.

  • Gut Health Microbe Test: Understand the microbe composition in your gut for insights into inflammation, immunity, and digestive function.

  • Further Exploration: Book a 1:1 session for deeper health and nutrition insights.


Your health journey is unique, and at Est-Ethics Wellness Clinic, we're committed to guiding you every step of the way. Embrace a life of vitality and wellness with personalised nutritional advice, and let's transform your health together!


Be healthier, be better, be you!