Lower Your Risk!

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"You can make changes in your daily life which can lower your F2-IsoPs to safe levels.

  •  Reducing the amount of red meat and increasing the amount of fruit and vegetables you eat can help lower your F2-IsoPs levels.
  • Adding one fish meal a week as part of a low-fat diet may also lower F2-IsoPs levels.
  • Your F2-IsoP levels may also be lowered by increasing the amount you exercise.
  • If you smoke, quitting will lower your F2-IsoPs levels."

Lifestyle changes are the best option to help lower your oxidized LDL levels.

 

  •  If you smoke, ask your medical provider to help you quit.
  •  Adjust your diet to include foods low in saturated fat and those with zero trans-fat. Fruits and vegetables are also great options as they contain antioxidants.
  •  Talk with your medical provider about over-the-counter supplements containing antioxidants.
  •  Increase your amount of physical activity."

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