Solana Health Inc. Today Announces The Release of A Free E-book, “How to Lower Cholesterol Naturally”

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Solana Health Inc. today announced the release of a Free e-book "How to Lower Cholesterol Naturally" which details proven all natural cholesterol remedies. Visit to learn more.

How To Lower Cholesterol Naturally, Free e-book

Free e-book "How To Lower Cholesterol Naturally"

I found that a specific combination of natural ingredients lowers cholesterol by more than 20%

Solana Health’s free e-book “How to Lower Cholesterol Naturally” focuses on the top 7 strategies anyone can follow to lower their cholesterol and reduce the risk of developing heart disease. Due to the recent FDA warnings of memory loss and an increased risk of developing diabetes for Statin drug users, more and more people are asking how to lower cholesterol naturally.

Heart disease is the number one killer in the U.S. and high cholesterol is a key risk factor for heart attacks and strokes. Simple lifestyle changes such as increasing exercise and reducing stress can reduce cholesterol but there are also proven natural dietary supplements revealed on the educational website: that the rest of world has embraced to help fight heart disease.

The founder of Solana Health, David McMahon added “when I analyzed the clinical studies on natural cholesterol remedies, I found that a specific combination of natural supplements has been proven to lower cholesterol by more than 20% ”. To learn more about these specific natural remedies just order the free e-book “How to Lower Cholesterol Naturaly, The Top 7 Steps”. The e-book is a gift of knowledge from Solana Health and there are no commitments or strings attached.

About Solana Health:

Solana Health offers evidence based supplements that are registered with the FDA and third party tested to guarantee purity and potency. Solana Healths' Omega-3 fish oil has received a 5-star rating from the International Fish Oil Standards Office (IFSO), the highest possible rating for purity and potency.

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