The FREE Way to Lower Cholesterol & Blood Pressure


If you have high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or both, your risk of heart disease and other health problems goes up dramatically.

Guess what? About 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. has elevated or high blood pressure. And 1 in 3 adults has high cholesterol, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Sure, there’s a long list of prescription medications designed to help control cholesterol and lower blood pressure. But they all have side effects, too.

But what if there was an easier (and less expensive) way to improve your health?

There is. It’s surprisingly simple. And it’s FREE.


Before you roll your eyes and start listing off excuses, you don’t have to run a marathon, train like a bodybuilder, or climb a mountain.

In a University of Pittsburgh study, researchers found that just 30 minutes of moderate exercise is enough to make a difference in lowering blood pressure and cholesterol.

Walking is probably the easiest form of exercise. Lace up your shoes and go.

But if you don’t like walking, that’s fine too. Just pick an activity you enjoy and put it on your schedule for 30 minutes. You might like:

  • Biking
  • Hiking
  • Swimming
  • Water Aerobics
  • Jogging
  • Fitness classes
  • Gym workouts
  • Sports (soccer, baseball, basketball, disc golf)

Even a little exercise can have immediate benefits. But stick with it for at least three months, and you’ll feel better, be healthier and improve blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Combine exercise with a healthy diet, and you’ll get even better results. And it doesn’t have to be hard. Just check out the selection of meals all made from fresh ingredients, pick your favorites, and we’ll do the rest.