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RATE YOUR FOOD
HIGH CHOLESTEROL RESOURCES
Building our diets around GREEN-RATED foods is the most effective way to reduce cholesterol. Despite popular claims to the contrary, we know that eating even small amounts of dietary cholesterol (found exclusively in animal products), saturated fat (found primarily in animal products), and trans fats (found primarily in highly processed foods) can raise blood cholesterol to dangerous saturation levels. We know that the standard target total cholesterol level of 200 still poses health risks and that 150 is much safer and easily attainable with proper diet. The best way to lower and balance cholesterol is to stop consuming RED-RATED foods.
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CAUTION: The NEW Health Club promotes a lifestyle that naturally reverses numerous health conditions. If you are currently taking medications, make sure to talk to your doc before making major changes to your diet.
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