Running down cholesterol

Bauman, Alisa
November 1998
Runner's World;Nov98, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p22
Highlights the importance of exercise in a low-fat diet program. Analysis of the finding of a Stanford University study; Decline in the LDL cholesterol in the group that exercised as well as changed their diets.


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