How To Lower Your Cholesterol
To lower your inflammation and cholesterol levels
naturally, you must address the items on this list.
Cholesterol is not a dangerous poison that causes heart disease. Rather, it is an essential nutrient present in the cell membranes of all tissues of all mammals, and has some very important functions in the body. In fact, in many studies low cholesterol has been associated with an increase in total mortality!
Make sure you're getting plenty of high-quality, animal-based omega3-fats.
Reduce with the plan of eliminating grains and sugars in your daily diet.
Eat the right foods for your nutritional type.
Eat a good portion of your food raw.
Eat healthy, preferably raw, fats that correspond to your nutritional type.
Coconut and coconut oil
Eggs (lightly cooked with yolks intact or raw)
Organic, grass-fed meats
Easy does it - juice recipe to help lower cholesterol. Get the right amount of exercise. When you exercise you increase your circulation and the blood flow throughout your body. The components of your
immune system are also better circulated, which means your immune system
has a better chance of fighting an illness before it has the opportunity to spread. Avoid smoking and drinking excessive amounts of alcohol. Address your emotional challenges. Relaxation, meditation.
Please do NOT believe me. Do your own research.
Here are a few links to peruse to learn more about the VALUE of cholesterol:
Know Your Fats : The Complete Primer for Understanding the Nutrition of Fats, Oils and Cholesterol
Learn the better indicator of heart disease risk than just your total cholesterol - plus the dangers of statins and the need to supplement with CoQ10 if you're taking these cholesterol-lowering drugs - through this infographic below.
Watch this video - powerful details:
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Let's review your diet and change a few things in your
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