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Is Your Low HDL (Good) Cholesterol Caused by Metabolic Syndrome?



If you have been diagnosed with low HDL "good" cholesterol, your condition may be part of a cluster of increased risk factors for cardiovascular disease called Metabolic Syndrome (Syndrome X). Other symptoms can include high blood pressure (hypertension), elevated levels of triglycerides and LDL "bad" cholesterol and excess weight or obesity.

Left unchecked, Metabolic Syndrome significantly increases your chances of a heart attack or stroke.

To get a better idea of whether you're at risk, please take this test: CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE METABOLIC SYNDROME TEST

If the test results show your low HDL levels may be part of Metabolic Syndrome, we urge you to take action now.

Most Metabolic Syndrome symptoms are initially painless. As a result, many men and women fail to take preventative measures until this disorder causes critical cardiovascular damage such as the creation of plaque, which narrows the circumference of arteries. Plaque greatly increases the risk of blood clot formation, leading to heart disease and resulting in a heart attack or stroke – among the biggest killers in the U.S.

However, studies show that, in most cases, low HDL cholesterol and other symptoms of Metabolic Syndrome can be reversed. To achieve this transformation, you must not only have a sound understanding of what is causing your condition but also a knowledge of the specific actions you have to take to overcome it.

We urge you to spend a few minutes reading the following pages so you can empower yourself and transform your health forever. We suggest you start with the Knowledge is Power button below. The more you understand about what's causing your Metabolic Syndrome, the more power you will have to heal your condition.

 

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