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5 Simple Ways To Lower Cholesterol

You can easily lower your bad cholesterol levels without drugs by following simple steps that will not only change your cholesterol levels, but also improve your health today and for the long haul.

We often use prescription drugs in hopes that they will miraculously cure our ailments. Cholesterol-lowering drugs do tend to work, but there are short and long term side effects to consider such as: drug dependency, tangential organ damage, and possible fatal consequences.

Even more dangerous than the side effects of prescription drugs to lower cholesterol is not getting cholesterol under control.

Eventually, high cholesterol can lead to severe damage to the heart and arteries, not the least of which are atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), stroke or cardiac arrest. 

I have listed 5 simple ways you can realistically lower your cholesterol without prescription medication.


(GUEST POST) "Eating Out Can Be Hazardous To Your Waistline" By: Lee Dobbins

Going out to eat can really put the brakes on your weight loss program unless you have exceptional control over what you eat.  Although many restaurants now offer choices for many types of diets, it's whats on the rest of the menu that might tempt you to stray.  Often high in salt, sugar and oil most restaurant food tends to be higher in calories that what you might prepare for yourself.

(GUEST POST) "10 Super Tricks To Lose All The Weight You Want For Life!" By: Randy Stafford

I hate the word "obese".  With as much as 60% of the Americans being fat, you'd wonder why there isn't some sort of law suit against certain institutes, public facilities, theatres, and most of all the airlines.  Why?  The seats are too small.

Think about this for a second, now there is more fat people than there are skinny.  Being embarrassed because of your fat isn't the only problem though.  If you don't start losing weight, chances are a lot greater, you'll pay for it in the long run.  If you don't have any physical problems that are apparent to you, they may be sneaking up on you.