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Healthy Eating to Control Cholesterol


According to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, your cholesterol levels are affected by many things. The foods you eat, your body weight and your activity levels all play a role. Cholesterol also starts to gradually increase as you get older. And your genes and gender may play a role in regulating how much cholesterol your body makes on its own. There are many foods that may affect cholesterol. During this educational class, Bradley Wooten from Humana will cover fats (both good and bad), sugars, and fiber, as well as sterols and stenols.