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High cholesterol reduced by exercising and consuming plant sterols

Inactive high cholesterol sufferers have a new treatment alternative after researchers found that exercise combined with plant sterols, improved blood cholesterol levels. Research showed that the benefits were greater than with exercise alone. Plant sterols can be obtained from nuts, seeds, legumes and vegetables oils.

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About: High cholesterol reduced by exercising and consuming plant sterols

Date: 23 January 2005

Source: News Target Network

URL: http://www.newstarget.com/003341.html

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