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2 Compass: High Cholesterol

3 Hit Enter if you want to continue

4 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources Welcome to Compass…. ‘Ohana’s self-guided health education program.

5 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources You’re probably here because you or someone you care about

6 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources has high cholesterol and wants to learn to manage it.

7 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources ‘Ohana has created this program to help you learn

8 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources about lipids

9 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources the two types of cholesterol

10 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources how to measure lipid levels and what those measurements mean

11 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources ways to manage your lipid levels for a healthy life

12 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources and how to find resources in your area.

13 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources Together we’ll walk through the program.

14 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources You can stop at any time and work at your own pace.

15 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources At the end of the program, we have included some tools

16 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources and exercises to help you remember what you’ve learned here,

17 Overview Understanding lipids Types of cholesterol Measuring lipid levels Controlling lipid levels Summary Resources plus additional resources to help lower or maintain healthy lipid levels.

18 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types: –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. Lipids are fats that are used for energy and other body functions.

19 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. There are two key types of lipids

20 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. Cholesterol

21 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. and triglycerides.

22 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. Cholesterol occurs naturally in the body

23 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. and is important for many body functions

24 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. like digestion, building cell walls and producing hormones.

25 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs.

26 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. But, we also get some from animal products we eat,

27 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. like meat, cheese, milk, butter and egg yolk.

28 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. When there’s too much cholesterol in the body,

29 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. the risk for heart disease and stroke increases.

30 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. Triglycerides are a special form of fat in the body.

31 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. High levels can be a red flag

32 Understanding Lipids Lipids are fats the body uses for energy. There are two key types –Cholesterol – a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. The body produces all the cholesterol it needs. –Triglycerides – a special form of fat used for energy or stored as fat in the body. At high levels, they are often associated with high cholesterol levels and other health problems. for the risk of high cholesterol, obesity, heart disease and diabetes.

33 Types of Cholesterol There are two types of cholesterol –Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or LDL) –High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or HDL) There are two types of cholesterol

34 Types of Cholesterol There are two types of cholesterol –Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or LDL) –High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or HDL) Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, commonly known as LDL,

35 Types of Cholesterol There are two types of cholesterol –Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or LDL) –High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or HDL) and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, known as HDL.

36 Types of Cholesterol There are two types of cholesterol –Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or LDL) –High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or HDL) LDL is often referred to as “bad” cholesterol

37 Types of Cholesterol There are two types of cholesterol –Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or LDL) –High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or HDL) because it can build up on the walls of the arteries

38 Types of Cholesterol There are two types of cholesterol –Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or LDL) –High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or HDL) and block the flow of blood to the heart or the brain.

39 Types of Cholesterol There are two types of cholesterol –Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or LDL) –High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or HDL) HDL is known as the “good” cholesterol

40 Types of Cholesterol There are two types of cholesterol –Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or LDL) –High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (or HDL) because it carries LDL away from the artery walls and returns it to the liver.

41 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL For good health, it is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis.

42 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL This is done with a simple blood test your doctor can arrange.

43 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL Chances are your doctor will check your HDL and LDL.

44 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL Her or she can also tell you how often your should check your lipid levels.

45 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than (<) 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL Ideal levels of cholesterol are <100 mg/dL for LDL

46 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than (<) 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than ( ≥) or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL ≥ 60 mg/dL for HDL

47 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than (<) 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than ( ≥) or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than (<) 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL and < 200 mg/dL total cholesterol.

48 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than (<) 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than ( ≥) or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than (<) 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL But ask your doctor about the right levels for you.

49 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than (<) 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than ( ≥) or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than (<) 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL Your doctor will want to check your triglyceride levels.

50 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than (<) 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than ( ≥) or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than (<) 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends

51 Measuring Lipid Levels It is important to check your lipid levels on a regular basis –The National Cholesterol Education Program recommends testing at least every five years –Ask your doctor how often you should check your lipid levels –Ideal levels for cholesterol LDL: Less than (<) 100 mg/dL HDL: Greater than ( ≥) or equal to 60 mg/dL Total Cholesterol: Less than (<) 200 mg/dL Ideal level for triglycerides –Less than 150 mg/dL triglycerides below 150 mg/dL.

52 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats There are many things you can do to control your lipids.

53 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats These include taking medication your doctor has prescribed for you

54 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and making lifestyle changes.

55 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats But the best way to start is by talking with your doctor

56 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and making a plan.

57 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats Changing your diet can improve lipid levels.

58 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats Your doctor may recommend

59 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats increasing the amount of fruits, vegetables and whole grains you eat each day.

60 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats Your doctor may also have you lower your fat intake

61 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and pay attention to the fats you’re eating.

62 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats Mono- and polyunsaturated fats are good choices.

63 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats They may benefit lipid levels,

64 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats especially when they replace saturated and trans fats.

65 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats Be mindful of foods that contain trans fats.

66 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats These “hidden” fats are usually found in vegetable shortening,

67 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats processed foods, fried foods, baked goods,

68 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats candies, salad dressings and snack foods.

69 Controlling Lipid Levels What can you do to control your lipid levels? –Use medications –Make lifestyle changes –Develop a plan with your doctor A healthier diet can improve lipid levels –Eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains –Lower your fat intake Decrease saturated fats and trans fats Replace saturated fats and trans fats with mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats These are believed to raise LDL levels.

70 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight Daily exercise can raise HDL levels,

71 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight improve overall health and cut the risk of heart attack or stroke.

72 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight There are many types of exercises you can try.

73 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight Walking is great and you don’t need any special equipment.

74 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight You might also try jogging, biking, skating,

75 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight weight lifting or stair climbing.

76 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight And, remember, before you start a new exercise program

77 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight talk with your doctor.

78 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight Stopping smoking and being at a healthy weight also will help.

79 Controlling Lipid Levels Daily exercise also helps maintain healthy lipid levels There are many types of exercises you can try –Walking –Jogging –Riding a bike –Skating –Lifting weights –Climbing stairs Talk with your doctor before starting any exercise program Other lifestyle changes –Stop smoking –Maintain a healthy weight For tips, talk with your doctor.

80 Summary Let’s take a few minutes and review what we’ve learned about healthy lipid levels –Defined lipids –Identified two types of lipids: cholesterol and triglycerides –Reviewed two types of cholesterol: LDL and HDL –Learned how lipids are measured –Discussed how to managed levels Now that we’ve reached the end of the module, let’s review.

81 Summary Let’s take a few minutes and review what we’ve learned about healthy lipid levels –Defined lipids –Identified two types of lipids: cholesterol and triglycerides –Reviewed two types of cholesterol: LDL and HDL –Learned how lipids are measured –Discussed how to managed levels We’ve defined lipids

82 Summary Let’s take a few minutes and review what we’ve learned about healthy lipid levels –Defined lipids –Identified two types of lipids: cholesterol and triglycerides –Reviewed two types of cholesterol: LDL and HDL –Learned how lipids are measured –Discussed how to managed levels and reviewed two key lipids: cholesterol and triglycerides.

83 Summary Let’s take a few minutes and review what we’ve learned about healthy lipid levels –Defined lipids –Identified two types of lipids: cholesterol and triglycerides –Reviewed two types of cholesterol: LDL and HDL –Learned how lipids are measured –Discussed how to managed levels We also talked about the two types of cholesterol – LDL and HDL,

84 Summary Let’s take a few minutes and review what we’ve learned about healthy lipid levels –Defined lipids –Identified two types of lipids: cholesterol and triglycerides –Reviewed two types of cholesterol: LDL and HDL –Learned how lipids are measured –Discussed how to managed levels went over how lipids are measured

85 Summary Let’s take a few minutes and review what we’ve learned about healthy lipid levels –Defined lipids –Identified two types of lipids: cholesterol and triglycerides –Reviewed two types of cholesterol: LDL and HDL –Learned how lipids are measured –Discussed how to managed levels and what levels are considered healthy.

86 Summary Let’s take a few minutes and review what we’ve learned about healthy lipid levels –Defined lipids –Identified two types of lipids: cholesterol and triglycerides –Reviewed two types of cholesterol: LDL and HDL –Learned how lipids are measured –Discussed how to managed levels And we discussed ways to managed lipid levels for good health

87 Summary Let’s take a few minutes and review what we’ve learned about healthy lipid levels –Defined lipids –Identified two types of lipids: cholesterol and triglycerides –Reviewed two types of cholesterol: LDL and HDL –Learned how lipids are measured –Discussed how to managed levels through diet, exercise and other changes.

88 Resources American Academy of Family Physicians Phone: American Heart Association Phone: Medline Plus Phone: 800.MEDLINE National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Phone: National Stroke Association Phone: 800.STROKES WebMD Phone: You’ll see a series of resources that you can contact for more information.

89 Resources In addition to these, ‘Ohana offers Navigator American Academy of Family Physicians Phone: American Heart Association Phone: Medline Plus Phone: 800.MEDLINE National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Phone: National Stroke Association Phone: 800.STROKES WebMD Phone:

90 Resources a searchable database of programs near you. American Academy of Family Physicians Phone: American Heart Association Phone: Medline Plus Phone: 800.MEDLINE National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Phone: National Stroke Association Phone: 800.STROKES WebMD Phone:

91 Resources You’ll find Navigator at American Academy of Family Physicians Phone: American Heart Association Phone: Medline Plus Phone: 800.MEDLINE National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Phone: National Stroke Association Phone: 800.STROKES WebMD Phone:

92 Resources Or call Customer Service at 888/ American Academy of Family Physicians Phone: American Heart Association Phone: Medline Plus Phone: 800.MEDLINE National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Phone: National Stroke Association Phone: 800.STROKES WebMD Phone:

93 Resources ‘Ohana offer Disease Management programs for diseases including Depression, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Asthma, Diabetes and Obesity. These programs are available to all members with these conditions and can be accessed by calling ‘Ohana’s customer service at 888/ If you have more questions or need more information,

94 Resources ‘Ohana offer Disease Management programs for diseases including Depression, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Asthma, Diabetes and Obesity. These programs are available to all members with these conditions and can be accessed by calling ‘Ohana’s customer service at 888/ we encourage you to talk with your doctor or

95 Resources ‘Ohana offer Disease Management programs for diseases including Depression, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Asthma, Diabetes and Obesity. These programs are available to all members with these conditions and can be accessed by calling ‘Ohana’s customer service at 888/ your service coordinator at ‘Ohana Health Plan.

96 Resources ‘Ohana offer Disease Management programs for diseases including Depression, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Asthma, Diabetes and Obesity. These programs are available to all members with these conditions and can be accessed by calling ‘Ohana’s customer service at 888/ Thank you!


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