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How to Interpret Your Cholesterol Test Results

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from EverydayHealth.com

Should We Avoid High-Fructose Corn Syrup? Probably

High-Fructose Corn Syrup: Just Another Sugar? — As sweeteners go, high fructose corn syrup is perfect — for food manufacturers. But research is showing that, eaten in large quantities, HFCS may not be so good for you.

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4 Supplements That Help to Lower Your High Cholesterol

Natural treatments to lower high cholesterol, including supplements such as artichoke, niacin, plant stanols/sterols, and more.

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What Is Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)?

Cardiovascular Disease: Are You at Risk? Of the various forms of cardiovascular disease, four lead the pack in prevalence — high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and heart failure — and one, coronary heart disease, is the most likely to kill.

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What You Don't Know about High Cholesterol Can Hurt You

We may unknowingly have high cholesterol levels since there are no symptoms. Learn more from these cholesterol facts to stay heart healthy.

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from DrWeil.com

Treatment of High Cholesterol - Dr. Weil

: Tomato Health Benefits Ok, you probably realize that a tomato is quite a healthy thing to eat, but did you know that it also appears to have a positive imp

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Treatment of High Cholesterol - Dr. Weil

Treatment of High Cholesterol - Dr. Andrew Weil, the #1 renowned integrative physician in the world. A Harvard graduate with a bachelor's in botany, his website helps people with almost any problem to cure it by diet, exercise and supplements. - www.drweil.com

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from Health.com

7 Causes of High Cholesterol

High cholesterol comes from a variety of sources, including your family history and what you eat. Here is a visual journey through the most common causes. | Health.com

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Home Remedies for High Cholesterol Levels

The risk of having high cholesterol increases if you are addicted to smoking. Also, if you are obese and you do not exercise, then you can have high cholesterol. A poor diet and diabetes are other risk factors that can increase the cholesterol level.

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