October 1998 Issue

Hold the Rx! EN Looks At Other Cholesterol-Lowering Options

Do you cringe when your doctor tells you your cholesterol count? Are you regularly above 200?...240?...300? Perhaps you're following a low-fat diet but it's not working. If so, maybe you need to look at what else you could do to lower your cholesterol and reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke. If you're looking for ways to get your cholesterol down without resorting to prescription drugs, here's the lowdown on what to

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