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Lipids Management Program

Lipids are simply called "FAT Molecules" mainly including of two molecules Cholesterol and Triglycerides. These are the main two factors that make heart blockages.

The table below illustrates the value of lipids pertaining to our heart health.

Fat Molecule Heart Friendly Value Higher Value for Heart Risky Value for Heart Critical Risk Value for Heart
Cholesterol 100-130 130 – 150 150-180 Above 180
Triglyceride 100 or below 100-130 130-160 Above 160

The lipids value can be obtained with a simple blood test. It is called Lipid-Profile test. It is to be done after 12 hours overnight fasting.

Sources of Lipids

Cholesterol sources:

All animal food (Non vegetarian Food) Including Chicken, Matan, Fish, Egg and all kinds of Meat, Milk and Milk Products and human liver.

Triglyceride sources:

All kinds of Oil and Ghee.

(Note: If someone consumes less cholesterol or no cholesterol at all, still the value of cholesterol is high. The probable reason is family history of high cholesterol production. Human liver also produces cholesterol. So there is a tendency of high cholesterol production from the liver)

Cholesterol and triglycerides molecules, if are controlled properly then the chances of generating heart blockage are reduced significantly.

We have designed an excellent "Lipids Management Program"for our patients.


Lipid Management Program comprises of

Our expert team of doctors guides every patient the proper way of controlling lipids as per patient need to stay in risk free zone for coronary artery disease.

  • Medicine Management

    Certain statins and finofibrate medicines are used to control cholesterol and triglycerides.

  • Diet Management

    Fat and oil less diet (Oil free diet) delicious food is guided to every patient.

  • Lifestyle Management

    Certain lifestyle changes are needed to control lipids.

When to do a Lipid-Profile:

  • After the age of 30 years a lipid profile test is to be done once in every 6 months.
  • If you have family history of heart disease get lipid profile checked in every 3 months.