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How to Test Your Cholesterol

This video explains step by step how to test your blood at home for cholesterol. You can test your total cholesterol, HDL and triglycerides.


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  1. couldnt hear a word you said

  2. Thank you for showing how this device work!👍

  3. Thank you for showing how this device work!👍

  4. Cheers for the Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you tried – Riddleagan Surviving Death Remedy (do a google search)? It is a great one of a kind guide for reducing your cholesterol level minus the normal expense. Ive heard some great things about it and my friend at very last got excellent success with it.

  5. Waste of money if this device is only going to show you total cholestrol. Higher total cholestrol does not necessarily mean its bad or vice versa. Cholestrol is divided into many components: HDL, LDL, VLDL, Triglecerides, Lpa. It is desirable to have high HDL also called as good cholestrol which essentially sweeps bad cholestrol back to liver from the vessels/veins. All other cholestrol components r bad cholestrol. So if this device is showing only total cholestrol what you'll conclude?

  6. My mom knows how to do it know thx

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  8. Does the single strip sample provide all three measurements (Cholesterol, HDL and Triglicerides)…

  9. well the test only indicates the total cholesterol in your blood doesnt indicate differentiate between low density and high density ones. the percentage of low density lipoprotein cholesterol to high density indicates your risk of cvds.

  10. I asked my dr about this and my insurance if they will cover it and both sed the same thing it dus not work in order to test blood for cholesterol you must draw blood from the vain and 2 different test have to be ran and it takes a vaeery big expensive peace of equipment to do this

  11. you forgot to tell which time of day we should test our cholesterol? how many hours after meal?

  12. Lesley – I think we got it from Amazon, but it was so long ago that I don't remember for sure. I'm pretty sure it was Amazon though.

  13. You calculate it yourself with the info that the device gives you dummy…..know what you're talking about before you expose your ignorance

  14. this is NOT a good device. it doesn't measure your LDL levels so this is a really stupid investment. people are so stupid.

  15. Interesting video! I made one too! 🙂

  16. Have you ever looked at the science behind that number, because there isn't any.
    1. Cholesterol is an anti-oxidant. It appears in response to a problem, it is not a problem itself.
    2. It is a structural component of every cell in your body including the brain, limiting the supply with drugs is VERY dangerous.
    3. The liver regulates the level, if it goes up there is a good reason.
    You should lower the level by finding the problem and fixing it, never treat the cholesterol, it is only a symptom.

  17. High Cholesterol is a symptom, not an illness, and should never be treated without a good understanding of why it is high.

    1. Cholesterol is an anti-oxidant and protects the body from free radicals.
    2. If the body has oxidative stress the solution is to remove the toxin, or dietary cause, this will cause the liver to stop making too much.
    3. If the liver allows the level to rise, there is a good reason, and it is not lack of statin drugs.

  18. @chunkylover26ify The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services says that. The American Heart Association says that. What is your source?

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