Cholesterol is a fatty substance that is produced naturally in your liver and helps with cell formation and hormone release. It is composed of LDL, which stands for "low-density lipoprotein," and HDL, which stands for "high-density lipoprotein." Your LDL is your bad cholesterol and your HDL is the good kind. When LDL is high and...
A high-nutrient diet is by far the most effective method of reducing cholesterol while avoiding side effects. A dietary intervention study using Dr Fuhrman's recommended eating style found that LDL cholesterol was reduced by 33% in just 6 weeks
Cholesterol lowering foods include oat bran, flax seeds, garlic, almonds, walnuts, whole barley, and green tea. Below is a detailed list of foods which lower "bad" LDL cholesterol, while leaving the good HDL cholesterol largely unaffected. #reducecholedterol http://icareclinic.com/our-services/primary-care-family-medicine/
Lentils help cleanse and stimulate the kidneys and adrenal system, strengthen the heart and circulation and boost energy and vitality. When lentils are germinated, their nourishment become more easily digestible, and after just 3-4 days of sprouting, their soluble fiber, which helps lower LDL cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar and regulate insulin levels, increases 300 percent!