RAISING low HDL cholesterol also prevents heart attack and stroke

For years we've concentrated on LOWERING levels of LDL...but new evidence now suggests that RAISING low HDL cholesterol also prevents heart attack and stroke.

About 30% of coronary heart disease patients have normal LDL...but low HDL. An HDL < 35 mg/dL is considered too low.

New research shows that using gemfibrozil in these patients reduces the risk of death...heart attack...and stroke.

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