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my lsh, is borderline normal / high, my cholesterol is

my lsh, is borderline normal / high, my cholesterol is slightly high, vitamin D low, i purchased vitamin D, stopped eating the turkey pepperoni that i was eating every day, and have lost approx 8 pounds in two, two and a half weeks, how can i lower and keep my LSH in normal range?
Tue, 22 May 2018
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doctor1 MD

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doctor1 MD

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