Last week I went to the doc to have an abnormal mole removed and they did some blood work too. So she called me this morning with the results. Just the blood work, I still don't know anything about the abnormal looking mole thing.
Anyway, what I need to know, is about good cholesterol (HDL). My level is 33 she said I need to get that number to 40 or above. How do I do that? Like what foods do I need to eat? Does exercise help with this?
I also need to get my bad cholesterol down just a little, I'm at 103 and she said it needs to be below 100, but I know that means cut out some more fatty foods and exercise.
The reason I'm asking is because she just left all this on my voicemail so I didn't actually talk to her.
Answer by Candice_brooke at 11:56 AM on Feb. 4, 2009
Answer by littlejreece at 1:56 AM on Feb. 6, 2009
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