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QUIZ: How Healthy Is Your Heart?

Did you know that lowering your cholesterol isn’t all about cutting foods out of your diet? In fact, eating more of certain foods may help lower your cholesterol. Whole grain oat cereal is one of those foods, containing fiber that acts like a cholesterol “sponge” to help the body get rid of it naturally.*

Keeping your cholesterol in check may help prevent heart disease, and it’s remarkably simple to do if you know the facts about a heart-healthy lifestyle, what foods to eat and to limit, and how often you should get yourself screened for high cholesterol.

So take this quiz to find out if your heart-health knowledge is up to snuff, and learn what you can do to help lower your cholesterol.

What’s Your Cholesterol IQ?
To get the highest score, get all the answers right in the fastest time!
The clock will start as soon as you submit your first answer.
 
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True or false: Heart disease kills more people in the United States than any other disease.
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*3 grams of soluble fiber daily from whole grain oat foods, in a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease.

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