Information Is The Key To Success

How would you like to be able to watch your family grow and prosper... rather than be gone years, or even decades too soon? That's the difference taking care of your health sooner rather than later can make. If you know you have high cholesterol, but aren't even looking at how you can lower it, you're only limiting the time you have left with your loved ones.

The difference between good and bad cholesterol levels is often the information that one does or doesn't have. You can easily reduce your "bad" cholesterol levels. In fact, you can get yours down from 190, all the way to 121. Imagine lowering your blood sugar from 140 to 108, sending your triglycerides from 200 to 122. But not everything gets lower—your "good" cholesterol could skyrocket from 40 to 56! Did you know you can enjoy great numbers like these, without having to be perfect in what you eat or how much you exercise?

You're probably feeling skeptical. After all, a lot of the claims companies developing cholesterol lowering drugs make simply aren't true. What you have to realize is what are the methods you really need—and what to avoid. You don't have to be a saint – that is, eat, exercise or live "healthy" all the time – to add years on to your life. You just need to understand what doesn't work, and stay away from them.

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Stuart Fletcher

Stuart Fletcher is a resident of Albany, NY and is a proud husband and father of three beautiful girls. Within years as a busy culinary chef, traveling for events and expositions and having a very lax diet, Stuart's doctor opened his eyes to his cholesterol problem. Through lots of research, he has forged helpful habits to reduce the issue! Some of Stuart's other hobbies include woodworking, chess, and fly fishing.