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How to Lower Your Cholesterol Using Natural Methods

People will be drawn to your social media pages that cover such important issues such as health. More and more people are searching for natural, holistic, treatments to deal with health conditions, such as the one on the menu today – cholesterol. You can’t afford it to be high.

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Cholesterol is a fatty substance, essential for the normal functioning of the body. When you have higher levels of cholesterol in the blood though, you are at risk for developing health conditions such as coronary heart disease (CHD), peripheral arterial disease, and stroke. The thing is, cholesterol is good and bad for the body – it’s good when it is at normal levels. But when the concentrations in the blood get out of control or too high, cholesterol becomes a silent killer you could say, putting people at risk for a heart attack.

In this report, we discuss the causes of high cholesterol and natural ways to reduce it.

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Here’s what you will find in this report:

  • What is cholesterol?
  • Are there complications of getting high cholesterol?
  • Foods that you need to avoid
  • Apart from good food, what else can you do to lower your cholesterol?
  • Did you know that essential oils play a big role in reducing cholesterol levels too?
  • Exercise forms a huge part of the equation
  • Other studies on cholesterol-reducing
  • Take care