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"The results indicate the Chlorella can help maintain a desired lipid profile." Chlorella is an ingredient in Rain International's Form. For more information see http://www.myrainlife.com/MariaJohnson (upline ID 155226)

Lipid profile test - This cholesterol test provides information about total cholesterol, Low-density lipoprotein (LDL, supposed bad cholesterol), High-density lipoprotein (HDL, allegedly good cholesterol), and triglycerides (the most common form of fat in the blood).

Some more information in continuation to the series #Healthy #Heart by Dr Neerja....!! Watch out your lipid profile!!! #DrAtulPeters #DrNeerja #TeamBariatric #Hearthealth All these days, we discussed how what you eat, affects your cholesterol. In addition to diet, make these lifestyle changes to keep a good lipid profile. I hope you all will remember that HDL is a good cholesterol and you need to keep it high. Lose weight. You increase your HDL with every kilogram that you lose. Take a…

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12 Proven Benefits of Avocado (No. 5 is Very Impressive)

Avocado health benefits make a persuasive case for why you should be eating more avocados today. This fatty fruit is an amazing superfood you should always have on hand.

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💉 Cito! Lab Values Medical Android App - playslack.com , Quick Reference Blood Test and other Lab Values.Easy navigation. Clear tables. Short descriptions of the most common and important lab values.All values ​​are given with the international system of units (SI Units) and conventional units (US C Units).***Dear users, if you see content only in Russian please change language to English in the settings.1. Hematology values 1.1 Clinical blood analysis | Blood Test 1.2 Coagulation2. Blood…

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Can Fruits Help You Lose Weight?

Do you have a sweet tooth? And does that seem at odds with your plans to lose weight? It doesn’t have to be! That’s because fruit too can be a good ally in your plans to lose some pounds. You just need to pick smart. By knowing which fruits have a high glycemic index and should be avoided, or which ones can actually improve your lipid profile, you should see a change on the scales too!