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Add years to your
life and save your heart for free
|If you were told
that you can add years to your life, get your cholesterol levels
back to normal and protect yourself from heart disease and
atherosclerosis, all for free would you believe it?
No need for the latest “fashionable” supplement or designer drug. No need to
worry about unwanted drug side-effects and expense. You don’t
even have to be too concerned about your “bad” LDL cholesterol!
Yes, you read correctly.
It sounds too good to be true, but it isn’t …
Every day the evidence is piling up that links an increased risk of heart
disease and stroke more strongly to low levels of the “good” HDL
cholesterol rather than to high levels of the “bad” LDL. Studies
have clearly shown that for every one-milligram rise in HDL, the
risk for developing cardiovascular disease falls by 2 to 3
percent. There is a really simple, zero cost way of increasing
your HDL by 5mg – that means a 15% reduction in the possibility
of suffering from heart disease!
For some time it has been known that HDL cholesterol is a so-called negative
risk factor, meaning high levels zeros one of your other risk
factor on your overall health profile. But this latest evidence
takes the HDL issue one step further.
The good news is that it is quite easy to increase levels of HDL and while
doing so often levels of the so-called “bad” LDL decrease. So,
you actually get twice your money’s worth. In fact, the HDL
actually cleans up the potentially harmful cholesterol from your
arteries and sends it off to the liver where it is eliminated.
But it doesn’t end there, it also acts as an antioxidant that
helps stop oxidation the bad cholesterol. Inflammation has also
been receiving a lot of press coverage as being one of the
culprits for heart disease, well guess what? HDL is also an
anti-inflammatory agent, helping to repair what artery disease.
It can also help keep blood clots from blocking arteries.
So now all the buzz is on the good guy, which unlike LDL, that should be a
low as possible; the higher your level of HDL cholesterol the
better for your health. So now you can give your health a
natural, zero cost boost and reduce your risk of heart disease
So, what should your HDL cholesterol levels be?
For some time it has been known that people who live into their 90's without
evidence of heart disease, typically have very high levels of
HDL. You should do your best to get your HDL levels up to at
least 60 milligrams; levels below 40 mg for men and 50 mg for
women, according to the most important international health
institutions, are associated with an increased risk of heart
Come on over to our site now by selecting the link below and find out how to
get YOUR levels of HDL up to standard. Don’t worry we don’t push
supplements or pharmaceuticals; we just give you the tips you
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