How to reduce your cholesterol with natural products and foods

  • Fibers – increase your green leafy vegetables, such as Cos Lettuce, heart of Romaine, grated carrots, spinach, slightly cooked broccoli and kale, asparagus, Jerusalem artichokes; grated raw beetroot, artichokes, porridge. Soaked linseed oils, pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds, avocadoes. Raw vegetables in general. Garlic and onions, reduce sugar, reduce or eliminate red meat in general, reduce cheese. Reduce alcohol as that will put pressure on your liver and the liver is the one that needs to eliminate the cholesterol from the blood, or make proteins to take out the cholesterol from the blood stream.
  • Supplements: Ginger, turmeric, fish oil or algae oil, linseed oil, red rice yeast extract, liver support such as milk thistle, dandelion, glutathione complex, methylated supplements in general. Artichoke supplements, dandelion supplements, phytosterol in supplements, garlic.

Lifestyle change: walk everyday for at least 30 minutes a day, cycle, swim, run, do any classes that will increase the heart rate a little and uses the muscles. Hiking is also good, as it is in the open and is a slow exercise that can use the fat in the body if is a long distance, eg. 11 miles or so, if you can.

© Maria Esposito BSc (Hons) R-Nutritional Therapist – NAET for allergies – R-Craniosacral Therapist – NLP – Angel Guide Certified – Mindfulness –

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