Features June 2016 Issue

A Healthy Lifestyle Helps Control LDL Cholesterol

A Healthy Lifestyle Helps Control LDL Cholesterol

Regular exercise and consistent weight management could translate into lower doses of statins and other medications for heart health.

But since you can’t change your family medical history or your age—adding up the years often means watching your LDL go up, too—you should learn the steps that can help bring your cholesterol under control. Since high LDL is a major risk factor for heart disease, it’s worth exploring your options.

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