Can I test myself for cholesterol, in-house ?

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    Can I test myself for cholesterol, in-house ?


    Hey, I was thinking about this the other day since sometimes you really want to get some data when in fact you don't have time to go to the doctors and you need to know if your efforts are in vain or not?

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    yes you can order a blood test online and they can send you a test kit for home use. try zrt labs, then buy some heart help from iforce
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    Quote Originally Posted by xR1pp3Rx View Post
    yes you can order a blood test online and they can send you a test kit for home use. try zrt labs, then buy some heart help from iforce
    You kiddn' with me ?
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    nope im not.. I just took did one for a sup beta test... they are really reasonably priced as well. and heart help is a very good OTC supplement that helps improve your cholesterol numbers.
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    so how long does it take to do all of that?
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    well for cholesterol tests (a full blood panel) you will have to skip any food for 12 hrs prior to taking blood, (took me about 15 -20 mins to take the blood) then ship it back to the lab. takes about 2-3 days to get the results wich they email you. (I did find out however that California residents need a drs prescription for the results).
    if you are asking how long it takes iForces Heart help to work id say you will see best results after long term use.. but you will see improvements in 30 days... but it just gets better and better.
    below is a link to a lab that will even direct you to a local dr. office that can draw the blood for you and send it in.. or you can take it yourself..
    http://www.privatemdlabs.com/index.php

    let me know if I can help you further, good luck!
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    Thank you for your post. It was really good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexmittaluk View Post
    Thank you for your post. It was really good!
    you are welcome.. here is a link to that product we sell. you can get a short write up on it and then research a little on its ingredients to see if you think its worth your attention.
    http://www.iforcenutrition.com/hearthelp.asp
    don't forget to check NP for great prices on Heart Help
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