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Tips for reducing cholesterol naturally, without medication, include eating heart healthy foods, increasing exercise and quitting smoking, according to Mayo Clinic. Losing weight and limiting alcohol consumption also hel... More »

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Making changes to your diet and taking medications prescribed by your physician can bring your cholesterol level down, according to Mayo Clinic and Harvard Medical School. The good news is that, while it's easy to elevat... More »

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Beans, apples, seeds and nuts, and oats and oat bran can reduce cholesterol, as Everyday Health indicates. These foods reduce low-density lipoprotein, the cholesterol that can lead to the formation of artery-clogging pla... More »

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Ways to reduce cholesterol without using statins include lifestyle changes, such as increasing exercise and changing diet, according to Mayo Clinic. These changes also help patients to lose weight, which is another way t... More »

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To lower blood pressure without medication, Mayo Clinic recommends weight loss, regular exercise, a healthy diet, reducing dietary sodium, limiting alcohol, quitting smoking and reducing caffeine intake. In addition, red... More »

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Prevention of a weak heart that can ultimately lead to heart disease involves modifying lifestyle habits to stop smoking, incorporate 30 minutes of exercise into the daily routine and consume heart-healthy foods, accordi... More »

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