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How Serious Is a Cholesterol Reading of 225?

How cohesive and harmonious is your workplace culture? Does your staff share a unified vision? Are employees on board with the systems you have in place? Do they know they have a voice in your organization? Would you say your company has soul?

Cholesterol is an indicator of the array of diseases it brings with itself. How to reduce cholesterol, you ask? All you’ve got to do is to check what you are purchasing. Read the ingredients. Read the fine print. It all starts with a small step. Find healthier substitutes. Wipe the dust off your exercise shoes, and you will be good to go.

from The Real Food Guide

Reading List: Health & Wellness Books for Your Summer Vacation (& Beyond

Having "high cholesterol" by mainstream standards, reading this book made the numbers a lot less scary. I can't recommend this book enough if you've got high cholesterol. Definitely read before agreeing to go on cholesterol-lowering meds!

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from EverydayHealth.com

8 Do-It-Yourself Ways to Boost Good Cholesterol

Cholesterol levels include different readings, often referred to as good and bad…

from Spirit-Filled Reads

Struggling with high cholesterol?

Are you suffering from high cholesterol? onourway2heaven.com Spirit-Filled Reads

John P. Spring, Texas Well, today makes a year that I had made one of the best decisions in my life. It was about a month before my 32nd birthday and I was ready for a change. I was 6' and 340lbs considered morbidly obese, I had pretty much the whole gamut of illnesses (high BP, diabetes, high cholesterol, gout, sleep apnea)É and so on. After doing my research and a lot of reading here on OH, I decided... Read the full story

Just finished reading my copy of Cholesterol Clarity by Jimmy Moore! Now I can highly recommend this book. You guys must read this if you want to understand more about inflammation and cholesterol, and how to read your blood test results. Jimmy wrote this book in a very easy to understand language. *Cholesterol Clarity: What The HDL Is Wrong With My Numbers? by Jimmy Moore & Eric C. Westman

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from Cultured Palate

Cholesterol - The Unsung Antioxidant

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