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The 5 Health Stats You Should Know
If you've ever wished you could boil down your most important health info to a few simple items, this is the list for you. These five numbers strongly correlate with aging, heart disease, stroke, memory loss, and sexual health.
Ideal numbers: LDL ("bad") cholesterol under 100; HDL ("good") over 50
Cholesterol at these levels is associated with healthy, youthful arteries.
Ideal number: less than 1
CRP rises when you have inflammation somewhere in your body—and chronic inflammation can mean trouble. A CRP reading below 1 will keep you at low risk of arthritis, heart disease, and stroke. (And you can keep levels down with these foods that fight pain.)
Ideal number: 5.6 or lower
This test measures how much sugar is attached to your hemoglobin, an oxygen-carrying protein in the blood. The higher the number, the worse your blood sugar control and the more likely you are to develop diabetes or other problems.
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