Cholesterol Lowered Naturally
What causes high cholesterol?
High cholesterol is caused by a variety of factors. The main culprit is an unhealthy diet that is high in fat and lack of physical activity. or exposure to Lack of activity can also cause being overweight or obese. It is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly to maintain normal cholesterol levels.
To lower your cholesterol and inflammation levels naturally, diet and lifestyle are incredibly complementary.
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, organic fruits and vegetables.
- Eliminate (GMO) grains and (junk) sugar from your daily diet.
- Eat a good portion of your food raw.
- Eat healthy, preferably raw, fats that correspond to your nutritional type.
Cholesterol-lowering Foods include:
Coconut and coconut oil
Fresh Fruits and vegetables
Organic, grass-fed meats
Easy does it. Here’s a juice recipe to help.
This recipe may vary from person to person. This worked well for me in only 90 days. I was absolutely amazed. This is my recipe – every morning instead of breakfast. Personally, it lowered mine by over 40 points. Amazing!
1 Bunch of celery
1 inch Ginger
Juice all. You will obtain approx. 16 ounces of juice. This juice contains a powerhouse of nutrients and essential salts that power up your day as follows!
More cholesterol lowering foods
Celery’s mineral salts
They are alkalizing and enzyme-rich, electrolyte-enhancing,
liver-repairing, blood-sugar-balancing, and more.
They offer a cooling effect and traces of the amino acids glycine and glutamine.
Alkalinizing and rich in vitamin C, as well as minerals iron, calcium, magnesium, silicon, copper, and potassium.
Adds a spicy warm taste, contains potent antioxidants known to help prevent colds and flu, and aids in digestion and assimilation.
Apples: “An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor away” right?
Apples are especially rich in phytonutrients and antioxidants. Apples contain pectin which works like an intestinal broom to clean and sweep out debris from the colon. Apple adds wonderful flavor to finish this wonderful juice in the morning too!
Get the right amount of exercise.
According to the American Heart Association, a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week is recommended to lower LDL or “bad” cholesterol levels. A variety of exercises may improve cholesterol levels and promote heart health. Longer and more intense the exercise, the better the outcome. Running, cycling, walking, swimming, yoga, and resistance training are all good options for lowering cholesterol levels.
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.
Supplements to Help Lower Cholesterol
There is no one supplement that is the most effective for lowering cholesterol. A variety of different supplements may work better for different people. Supplements that have been shown some proven benefits in lowering cholesterol levels include niacin, soluble fiber, red yeast rice, and omega-3 fatty acids. You can order supplements right here on my website.
Address your emotional challenges with relaxation and meditation.
Please do NOT believe me. Do your own research. Learn more about the cause of high cholesterol. Here are a few links to peruse to learn more about the VALUE of cholesterol:
The Diet-Heart Myth: Cholesterol and Saturated Fat Are Not the Enemy by Chris Kresser
The Cholesterol Myth That Is Harming Your Health by Dr. Mercola
Cholesterol Clarity: What The HDL Is Wrong With My Numbers?
The Great Cholesterol Myth: Why Lowering Your Cholesterol Won’t Prevent Heart Disease-and the Statin-Free Plan That Will
The Truth About Statins: Risks and Alternatives to Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs
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 through this infographic below.
Watch this video – Big Fat Lies – powerful details:
Still, got questions about your cholesterol?
Call me, Debbie Allen at 319-208-1929. Let’s review your diet and change a few things in your lifestyle to improve your cholesterol organically.