New Fast Self Cholesterol Test!

by VR Sreeraman on  November 5, 2006 at 11:11 AM Hypertension News
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New Fast Self Cholesterol Test!
Cholesterol is a chemical that is made in the liver from fatty foods that we eat. A certain amount of cholesterol is present in the blood stream. Some cholesterol is needed to keep the body healthy but a high level can lead to serious conditions such as angina, heart attack and strokes due to a build up of small fatty lumps developing on the inside lining of the arteries.

Why Use Cholestrak?
We are at greater risk if we smoke, have high blood pressure are diabetic or obese have an unhealthy diet or do not exercise. However there is a lot that we can do to lower cholesterol levels with professional advice.

Testing cholesterol levels periodically in the comfort of your own home with this simple to use kit will help you find out within minutes if you have a healthy cholesterol level.

Always see a doctor if you are worried about your cholesterol levels. Not for use by haemophiliacs or those taking blood thinning medicines.

One out of every 2 men and 1 out of every 3 women develop heart disease. BUT EVERY 1% reduction in cholesterol equals a 2% reduction in heart attack risk.? The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute

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