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Can blocked cholesterol be removed with exercise ?

if your arteries are not completely blocked with cholesterol, then can it be removed with exercise ? how do you know if your arteries are blocked. what are the symptoms how do you know if your arteries are being blocked, what are the symptoms?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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What long endurance exercise will do, is help your heart to produce new circulation, called collaterals. They can be big ones in a web that go around a blockage, or dozens and dozens of little ones that provide circulation at the capillary level. I have the capillary type. A co-worker's husban has the big web type around a 100% blockage. But some people don't get them at all. Do NOT ignore any chest discomfort or shortness of breath. Ask your doctor to prescribe a nitroglycerin spray. Eat more high antioxidant fruit, adopt a heart healthy diet, very low fat diet.
Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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