Lose Weight and Lower Cholesterol Levels

Anne Collins Weight Loss Program If You Want to Lower Your Cholesterol Levels
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Healthy Weight Reduction Diet Plan For People With Raised Cholesterol
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Best Diet For Elevated Cholesterol Levels

The type and amount of cholesterol in your body can have important health effects on your cardiovascular system. If large deposits of cholesterol build up on your artery walls, blood flow can become completely blocked. If this happens inside an artery that supplies blood to the heart, you may suffer a heart attack. If this happens to an artery supplying blood to the brain becomes blocked, you may suffer a stroke. Fortunately, losing weight automatically helps to reduce cholesterol levels.

If you want to reduce your cholesterol and lose weight, I strongly recommend my Cholesterol Diet Plan.

Start Reducing Your Cholesterol Levels Today

My Cholesterol Diet reduces your cholesterol levels, improves your heart health and normalizes your weight at the FASTEST possible speed. Every meal in the diet is accompanied by its calorie, total-fat, saturated-fat and cholesterol content. The diet is low in fat and rich in dietary fiber, especially soluble fiber.

Note: The cholesterol and fat values in my Cholesterol-Lowering Diet are based on recommendations from: (1) The National Cholesterol Education Program’s Expert Panel on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults, or ATP III; (2) The American Heart Association.

When you join my Weight Loss Program,
you get my Cholesterol Diet, plus

8 Complete Diet Plans8 Extra Diets
Packed with over 400 easy recipes
Diet Motivation AdviceFantastic Motivation Tips
To keep you totally motivated
Weight Loss Help and SupportWorld Class Personal Support
Personal support every step of the way

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