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High Cholesterol In Your 30s Could Mean Heart Disease Later In Life: How High Is Too High?

If you're under the impression high blood pressure is only hazardous at an advanced age, think again. A recent study conducted at the Duke Clinical Research Institute has revealed that people between the ages of 35 and 45 who have even slightly higher cholesterol levels than normal also have a significantly higher risk for heart disease compared to healthy adults with lower cholesterol levels.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Total LDL cholesterol was never the problem for heart disease, but oxidized LDL is.  The best way to reduce oxidized LDL cholesterol is by high-dose polyphenols.

 

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