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    Cholesterol control
    An_267574 posted:
    • My Cholesterol level last year was 240 My doctor prescribed Crestor 25 mg a day last test my cholesterol was reduced to 180 I think I am doing the right things eating more vegetables and lean meats walk daily and exercise regularly drink a lot of water instead of soda or juice I am focusing on having the levels at normal within couple of months
    surfoahu responded:
    What do you consider "normal"?
    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi there and thanks for posting,

    Look how far you've come! I'm so happy to hear that you are making great decisions that benefit your health. I'm excited to hear more as your journey progresses.

    It seems like you are doing all of the right things, but here are some more tips on how to lower your cholesterol. It might be helpful!

    Please be sure to keep us posted.

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