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Worried about cholesterol? We're dedicated to helping people manage cholesterol, including the genetic condition familial hypercholesterolaemia
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HEART UK Jun 25
Become a HEART UK regular supporter….and find out how we make your donation impact
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HEART UK Jun 22
It's important to remember that getting active isn't the only change you can make to help lower cholesterol. Ideally, you need to make small across your lifestyle to develop healthy habits.
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HEART UK Jun 20
When you're living an active lifestyle, you may want some quick and easy snacks like this tasty Masala Omelette. It takes just 15 minutes to make and is a healthy and cholesterol friendly alternative to a traditional omelette recipe.
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HEART UK Jun 20
The Big Heart Bike Ride is back and heading to South Africa for 2020. If you would like to take part in this Epic 400km cycling adventure along the Garden Route- visit
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HEART UK Jun 16
Small steps lead to big changes. If you're worried about your activity levels, make it your goal to make the most of Sunday strolls, either with friends, with pets, or on your own. For more information about getting active, see our website👉
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HEART UK Jun 13
Be part of London’s most exciting half marathon – The Vitality Big Half! Sunday 1st March 2020. Join the HEART UK team and help us to save lives and keep hearts running. For more information, email the fundraising team here: fundraising@heartuk.org
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HEART UK Jun 13
Using a challenge or event as an end goal is a great way of maintaining motivation to get active. On our site we've got opportunities to join a range of challenges including the life changing challenges, London to Paris bike ride, and The Big Half!
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HEART UK Jun 12
Check out the Easyfundraising Father’s Day Giveaway! If you are looking for a last minute Father's Day gift? Don’t forget to shop through Easyfundriasing and raise a free donation for HEART UK! Thank you.
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HEART UK Jun 11
Check out the Easyfundraising Father’s Day Giveaway! If you are looking for a last minute Father's Day gift? Don’t forget to shop through Easyfundriasing and raise a free donation for HEART UK!👉 Thank you!
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HEART UK Jun 10
If you're looking for inspiration for a lovely BBQ in the sun, we've got a cholesterol friendly burger recipe for you👉
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HEART UK Jun 7
Remember, getting active doesn't necessarily mean an intense session in the gym. There are lots of ways you can boost the activity in your daily routine. Tap the video to find out how you're going to get more active!💙
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HEART UK Jun 5
Congratulation, record breaker!
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HEART UK Jun 4
How much physical activity should I do? Adults should aim to do at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity or 75 minutes of intense activity every week. If you can do more that’s even better.
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HEART UK Jun 4
To celebrate let's look at how staying active can help manage your cholesterol and generally improve your health!
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Business Up North Jun 3
Manchester agency delivers a ‘Love poem from the heart’ to raise awareness of heart disease in women
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HEART UK May 27
Tracing your family tree can help identify if your high cholesterol is caused by FH. Getting a diagnosis means you can get the right treatment and make healthy changes to your lifestyle to lower your cholesterol and prevent other serious illnesses.
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HEART UK May 26
My cholesterol must be fine because I am only in my 20s, not in my 60s"" - fact or fiction?
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Jules Payne May 23
Thank you for a great meeting today to discuss moving the needle on the next steps are now the important focus
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WorldHeartFederation May 23
. responding to question about screening for FH in low-resource settings: “In a primary care setting or in a community setting, point of care testing would be the solution because it’s very affordable.”
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WorldHeartFederation May 23
"FH is the most common genetic condition that causes premature mortality from . We have to start taking action and keeping families together." – speaking at our side event
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