May affect 50% of adult Australians...

Elevated cholesterol levels may currently affect over 50% of Australians aged 25 and over, according to recent government statistics. (1) Other studies have displayed that although many Australians are placed on cholesterol-lowering medication, they may still be at a high risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack or stroke. (2,3,4,5)

At Wellness Perth Natural Medicine we utilise natural medicines to support healthy cholesterol levels, which includes the aim to lower your overall risk of cardiovascular disease by targeting the common causes of high cholesterol and cardiovascular health utilising specific natural medicine support.

Causes of high cholesterol

Some causes of high cholesterol may include:

  • Poor dietary and lifestyle choices.
  • Low antioxidant status. (6)
  • Chronic systemic inflammation.
  • Low thyroid function.

For most of our patients, regaining cholesterol health can be as straightforward as a few simple lifestyle and dietary changes, alongside a 2-3 month program of natural medicines specifically tailored to your needs.

We would love to be able to assist with your cholesterol and cardiovascular health, contact us today for more information or to make an appointment.

More About Cholesterol


1. 1999-2000 Australian Diabetes, Obesity and Lifestyle Study.

2. T.B. Horwich et al., “Low Serum Total Cholesterol is Associated with Marked Increase in Mortality in Advanced Heart Failure”, Journal of cardiac Failure 8(4) (2002): 216-224.

3. KeE. Lande and W.M. Sperry, “Human Atherosclerosis in Relation to the Cholesterol Content of the Blood Serum”, Archives of Pathology 22 (1936): 301-312.

4. “Profile of the Framingham Heart Study”, web article (February 2006),

5. H.M. Krumholz et al., “Lack of Association Between Cholesterol and Coronary Heart Disease Mortality and Morbidity and All-caseu Mortality in Persons Older than 70 Years”, Journal of the American Medical Association 272 (1994): 1335-1340.

6. E.M. Kristenson et al,. “Antioxidant State and Mortality from Coronary Heart Disease in Lithuanian and Swedish Men”, British Medical Journal 314 (March 1997): 629.

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