Heart Disease Facts
- Heart diseases are the #1 killer in America. According to the Centers for Diseases Control & Prevention, heart diseases accounted for 856,000 deaths (35% of all U.S. deaths) in the U.S. in 2005. In the same year, heart diseases were prevalent in 37% of the U.S. population. High cholesterol is a major risk factor in developing heart diseases, and your risks increase significantly if you are a woman and/or diabetic.
- To learn more click links below:
- Heart Diseases and Cholesterol
- Heart Diseases in Women
- Heart Diseases in Diabetics
Tips for Lowering Your Cholesterol:
There are 4 simple ways to lower your cholesterol. By following these 4 basic steps, you will see fast results and be able to achieve your goal in lowering or maintaining your cholesterol.
- Tip #1: Make sure you eat a healthy diet.
- Tip #2: Start exercising and making it a new healthy lifestyle.
- Tip #3: Shed off some extra pounds.
- Tip #4: If needed, take medicine approved by your physician.
By following these simple tips, you will be able to live a healthier and happier life while lowering your heart disease risk. For more information on tips for lowering your cholesterol, click here
For more information on other factors that affect your cholesterol, pleaseclick here