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Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Disease - Part 2
Exercise and stress reduction are two more essentials. Since exercise raises HDL (good) cholesterol and stress raises LDL (bad) cholesterol, in order to have a good blood lipid profile, it’s important to exercise regularly and learn how to relax. One way you can do both at the same time is to set aside some time to take a nice, pleasant daily walk.
Studies also show that people with a good, active social life have a lot lower incidence of heart disease. In other words, spending time with people you like is good for your heart. So, chill out, take a hike, eat some fish and veggies, break whole grain bread with the people you love and have fun!
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