Take the quiz: Are you at risk for high cholesterol?

Could you have HIGH CHOLESTEROL? Find out if you are high risk by taking this 6-question survey!

Are you suffering from the silent killer? High cholesterol increases your risk of heart disease or stroke! Take our quiz to see if you are at high risk - PLUS read the concerns that Dr Oz has regarding conventional statin drugs that are prescribed to lower cholesterol...

Grab a pencil and a piece of paper and answer these 6 questions as honestly as you can...

1. Do you have a history of high cholesterol in your family?
a) no
b) yes, on one side
c) yes, on both sides

2. Is there a history of heart disease in your family?
a) no
b) yes, on one side
c) yes, on both sides

3. Are you a smoker?
a) no
b) yes - occasionally
c) yes - currently

4. Are you diabetic or insulin resistant?
a) no
b) insulin resistant (pre-diabetic)
c) yes - diabetic

5. Do you currently have high blood pressure?
a) no
b) yes - slightly raised
c) yes - high

6. You are currently:
a) at a healthy weight
b) slightly overweight
c) very overweight

MOSTLY A'S

The chances are that you do not have high cholesterol
These questions are not the only criteria for diagnosing high cholesterol and it is often a combination of factors (including blood tests) that will enable a diagnosis of high cholesterol to be made. You may want to keep supporting healthy cholesterol by continuing to eat healthy foods and do moderate exercise. You can also support healthy cholesterol by taking Cholesto-Rite and maintaining a healthy weight naturally with Eco-Slim herbal drops.

MOSTLY B'S

You may have high cholesterol or be at risk of developing high cholesterol
These questions are not the only criteria for diagnosing high cholesterol and it is often a combination of factors (including blood tests) that will enable a diagnosis of high cholesterol to be made. If you would like more information contact your health care provider. You may consider trying to balance your cholesterol levels naturally, with Cholesto-Rite - an all natural and effective herbal remedy to lower cholesterol safely without the dangerous side effects of statin prescription drugs. You can also support sustainable weight loss naturally with EcoSlim natural herbal slimming drops.

MOSTLY C'S

You are at high risk for high cholesterol or may have high cholesterol
These questions are not the only criteria for diagnosing high cholesterol and it is often a combination of factors (including blood tests) that will enable a diagnosis of high cholesterol to be made. It is recommended that you speak with your health care provider about high cholesterol. You may need to help support the levels of bad (LDL) cholesterol in your blood and promote 'good' cholesterol (HDL) by following a specific diet. You may also want to take a look at using Cholesto-Rite, a natural remedy for balanced cholesterol levels without the side effects of conventional statin drugs. To help you lose weight in a healthy manner, consider EcoSlim natural herbal slimming drops and Detox Plus drops to help flush out your system.

Dr OZ - A word and warning on statin drugs!

Famed TV doctor, Dr Mehmet Oz, has spoken out about the mis-use and over-prescription of statin drugs to control high cholesterol. He fears that "many people who would otherwise be able to manage their cardiovascular risk through nonpharmaceutical means will be pressured to take a medication which may not benefit them and could have harmful side effects."  He goes on to warn that "their benefits [statins] may not be as great as many proclaim, and that their downsides have often been de-emphasised." He lists the side effects of statins as:  muscle pain, muscle damage, an increased risk of diabetes (particularly in women), digestive problems such as nausea, diarrhea and constipation, memory loss or confusion (though this is being hotly debated) and, rarely, serious liver damage.  Dr Oz believes that many people can improve their cholesterol and their overall heart attack risk without resorting to statins. A Mediterranean diet, smoking cessation and exercise have been shown to lower the risk of (and sometimes even resolve) heart disease and diabetes.

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