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Increasing dietary fiber

Dietary fiber helps reduce cholesterol and, according to some studies, may help lower blood pressure. You can boost your fiber intake by eating foods such as apples, barley, brown rice, corn, legumes, nuts, potatoes with skin, prunes, whole-grain cereal and bread, and sweet potatoes.…

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