Hi this is Jane Brown.

Thanks for taking the time to read this article and I hope that you have enjoyed reading all of my articles. I enjoy talking to family and friends and one of the most recent chats was about the rising amount of people in America with high cholesterol. The numbers are staggering:

DID YOU KNOW . . . The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that:

  • 71 million American adults (33.5%) have high LDL, or “bad,” cholesterol
  • Only 1 out of every 3 adults with high LDL cholesterol has the condition under control
  • Less than half of adults with high LDL cholesterol get treatment

It is kind of shocking to see it in these terms. Think about it!  YOU need to take care of your own body and there are many kinds of prevention methods that you can follow on a day to day basis before you experience any symptoms of health problems. Being diagnosed with a serious health problem is not want any one of us want to hear.


Take action, and consider these 4 tips:

  1. With your Doctor’s approval, you may consider taking niacin as it has been proven to lower LDL and sometimes raise HDL. It may also reduce the risk of blood clotting which cause heart attacks.
  2. Consider a diet that is low in calories and saturated fats. A healthy diet and plenty of exercise will reinforce this type of daily routine.
  3. Consider nuts such as unsalted walnuts and almonds. Almond have been known to cut cholesterol levels dramatically as they are rich in the amino acid arginine.
  4. When cooking, using a significant amount of alfalfa sprouts may be beneficial as they may block the absorption of cholesterol from foods.

Thanks for taking the time to read through this article. I hope you have enjoyed it.

Stay tuned from more information on your health!

Take care and have a GREAT day!


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