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  • Understanding Your Cholesterol Report
  • Avoid a Cholesterol Drug Interaction
  • Are You at Risk for Heart Disease?

Nutrition & Exercise

  • A Guide to Heart-Healthy Grains
  • 12 Weeks to a Healthier You
  • Factor in Fitness to Fight High Cholesterol
  • How to Find Your Target Heart Rate During Exercise

Staying Healthy

  • The Deadly Combo: High Blood Pressure & High Cholesterol
  • Beyond Your Heart: The Other Risks of High Cholesterol

For Women Only

  • High Cholesterol: The Gender Gap
  • Cholesterol and Your Sex Life
Cholesterol-lowering foods
7 Foods That Lower Your Cholesterol
Simple lifestyle changes, like adding eating more fruits, vegetables and whole grains into your diet, can help you control high cholesterol. Try these cholesterol-lowering foods.


Nutrition & Exercise
Diet and fitnessEating well and moving more can significantly improve your cholesterol reading. Try these tips:
Staying Healthy
Maintain overall health Controlling high cholesterol can help prevent heart disease, heart attack, stroke and many other conditions, like memory loss.
Treat High Cholesterol
Treat high cholesterol The higher your cholesterol, the more likely you are to develop heart disease. So take steps to bring high cholesterol levels down to the healthy range now.
For Women Only
For women onlyWhen it comes to your health, there are certain things a gal needs to know:
iVision Community
Get tips and advice from other women coping with high cholesterol:


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