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17 heart-healthy strategies to lower your cholesterol effectively and safely!

“Take-charge” techniques that are transforming cholesterol control and giving you renewed protection from a heart attack or stroke


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Reference 
Harvard Health Publishing
Harvard Medical School 
Link:
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1 reply
  1. Hannaneh Ghalandari
    Hannaneh Ghalandari says:

    Hello Professor, you have prepared a very comprehensive and good article, thank you, and my suggestion is to use natural and herbal oils that have less palm oil and do not cause blood vessels to clog, and to prevent the blockage of the heart arteries, a complete check-up should be done under the supervision of a specialist doctor at least once a year. Let’s give and control the blood pressure.

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