ASK THE EXPERT – As seen in the Surprise Independent, March 18, 2015

Headshot - Rhonda Zonoozi - Sun Health Center For Health & WellnessThe National Institutes of Health developed an evidence-based program to help people lower high blood cholesterol, decrease heart disease risks, and improve overall health.

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Called Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLC), the program focuses on three areas:

• Nutrition – decreasing saturated fat, trans fat and cholesterol; and increasing soluble fiber.

• Physical activity – at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity, such as brisk walking, five to seven days a week.

• Weight management – eating only enough calories to reach or maintain a healthy weight.

Heart Health Q&A with Rhonda Zonoozi, exercise physiologist and certified health and wellness coach for the Sun Health Center for Health & Wellbeing.

Information provided in the section is from a multidisciplinary team of Sun Health professionals at the Center for Health and Wellbeing, based in Surprise, Arizona. However, it should not be a substitute for medical advice from your physician. To submit a question for consideration, email besunhealthy@sunhealth.org.

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