Quitting smoking helps good cholesterol levels

Quitting smoking helps good cholesterol levels


Quitting smoking helps good cholesterol levels.
A study of 1,500 smokers in the USA has found that the amount of good cholesterol or high-density
lipoprotein (HDL) goes up for those who quit smoking. Lead scientist Dr. Adam Gepner of
the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health also found that although
weight gain is thought to adversely affect HDL levels, all 300 participants who quit
smoking during the study, even those who gained weight, were noted to have increased HDL levels. Dr. Gepner and colleagues at the University
of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, we appreciate your work in showing
the immediate and inclusive benefits of smoke-free living. May more and more people choose to
quit this harmful habit and reclaim their right to improved health.�

Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *