Has it been a while since you’ve had your cholesterol screened? Are you at risk for heart disease?
LDL or bad cholesterol is nasty business. And, unfortunately, this artery-clogging substance often increases as we age. That’s why the American Heart Association recommend that those 20-years or older be screened for high cholesterol at least once every five years, with more frequent screenings for those at risk of heart disease.
The good news is that getting your cholesterol down to a safer level is easier than you think with these seven simple lifestyle modifications: