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Ensuring that your metabolism remains at a healthy level means that your body will efficiently burn fat, rather than storing it. Hyperlipidemia is often defined by obesity and diabetes, and plenty of research has shown that both of those conditions are less likely if your exercise regularly. You want your body to function at a high, energized level, rather than living a sedentary lifestyle, which will lead to adipose fat accumulation and strain on the heart. Regular exercise 3-5 times per week, even for short bursts of time, can significantly lower your risk of developing hyperlipidemia.

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