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How to Lower Cholesterol Naturally & Quickly

  By posted Nov 14th 2013
Healthy Living

Cholesterol does not necessarily increase because of a diet high in fats. A sedentary lifestyle, alcohol consumption, smoking and large portions of foods rich in carbohydrates, proteins, or fats, could be responsible for increased cholesterol levels. Similarly, cholesterol levels may rise, if your body has a genetic predisposition for making excess cholesterol.

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