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    Vuk

    6 years ago

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    Nov 28,  · A high blood cholesterol level increases your risk of coronary artery disease. Lower cholesterol is usually better, but in rare cases having a very low level of low-density lipoprotein (LDL, or "bad") cholesterol or a very low total cholesterol level has been associated with some health problems.
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    Kazizuru

    6 years ago

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    Sep 29,  · High LDL levels may be lowered by medications, such as statins, as well as regular exercise and a healthy diet. When your cholesterol drops due to these reasons, there usually isn’t a gardhandrunroulinen.spiratecphrasanavzanappslowovkave.co: James Roland.
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    Kagajar

    6 years ago

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    "But wait," I object, telling her that my cholesterol level has always been on the low side. No use. No use. Not once but twice, she jabs the tip of my Author: Peter Jaret.
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    Tucage

    6 years ago

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    Jan 10,  · Aim to keep your total cholesterol within the middle range, somewhere between and mg/dL, and to continue monitoring your levels as directed by your doctor. Cholesterol Doctor Discussion Guide Get our printable guide for your next doctor's appointment to help you ask the right questions.
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    Maukus

    6 years ago

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    May 22,  · This component of your test results is actually a composite of different measurements. Your total blood cholesterol score is calculated by adding your HDL and LDL cholesterol levels, plus 20 percent of your triglyceride level. Here again, “normal ranges” are less important than your overall cardiovascular risk.
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    Doubar

    6 years ago

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    to improve your cholesterol. You can eat heart-healthy foods, reach and maintain a healthy weight, be physically active and not smoke. Some people also need to take medicine to lower their cholesterol because changing their lifestyle and diet isn’t enough. Your healthcare providers can help you set up a plan to improve your cholesterol.
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    Gardalkis

    6 years ago

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    High Cholesterol. Take the confusion out of managing your cholesterol. Learn about HDL and LDL and discover lifestyle tips for getting your numbers in the desired range.
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    Tezahn

    6 years ago

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    Feb 21,  · In many cases, your genes also conspire to keep your cholesterol levels high. If you have a family history of high cholesterol, it’s possible no lifestyle change will ever get your levels .