In a finding that will surprise few people, a new study from Denmark shows that levels of cholesterol are higher after the end-of-year holiday season.
The end-of-year holiday season is a time when even the most health-conscious people admit to sometimes overindulging by consuming too many calories and too much alcohol. Interestingly, research in many countries shows a clear seasonal trend of cardiovascular diseases, with the highest incidence occurring during the colder winter months. All the more reason, then, towards reducing your risk of heart attacks and strokes at this time of year, to take steps to ensure an optimum intake of essential micronutrients.
To read our Cellular Medicine guide to surviving the end-of-year holiday season, see this article on our website.