Monday, October 8, 2012

Could You Answer These 15 Questions

More than 106 million American adults have a blood cholesterol level high enough to require medical advice. High cholesterol claims thousands of lives every year and the really sad thing is that it’s treatable as long as you don’t ignore it.
The chances of you not having this condition are slim to none ... most Americans do have cholesterol, it’s a natural part of our physical makeup. Like everything in nature, it only becomes a problem when there is an imbalance.
The 15 questions that most people ask about cholesterol are:
# 1 - What is cholesterol?
# 2 - How does it affect my health?
# 3 - How do I know if I’m at risk?
# 4 - Is there a test that will tell me if I have it?
# 5 - How does it affect my lifestyle?
# 6 - What are my LDL and HDL levels?
# 7 - Will I need medication?
# 8 - Is it affected by diet?
# 9 - What can I eat?
#10 - Will it go away with exercise?
#11 - Should I take supplements?
#12 - Is it possible to get rid of it?
#13 - What are some of the treatment options?
#14 - When is medication necessary?
#15 - Are natural treatments effective?
Do you know the warning signs for high cholesterol?
Are you aware of your LDL and HDL levels … do you even know what they mean?
If you don’t know the answers to these questions and how to lower your cholesterol, you owe it to your family and yourself to find out. You can find the answers to all these questions in an outstanding book titled "Lowering Your Cholesterol []. Now is the time to take control of your cholesterol and your life.
Sadly, thousands of men and women ignore the warning signs until it’s too late!