How to Make Sense of Your Cholesterol Levels
Cholesterol levels, measured by blood testing, are one of the most misunderstood and misinterpreted lab tests. It is wise to learn what the numbers mean, and how to keep your heart and circulation healthy. Using a prescription drug to lower your cholesterol may not be a good solution for you. The FDA states that statin drugs will double your risk for Alzheimer's disease. Since cholesterol is an essential nutrient that is used in the production of healthy brain and nerve tissues, taking a toxic chemical to force your cholesterol levels lower might be a serious mistake.
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