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Lowering Cholesterol Levels

Eliminate saturated fats from our diet. This means avoid processed meats all together and eat lean meats and low fat dairy products.

Never cook with Palm oil or Coconut oil as they are both high in saturated fat.

Avoid margarine, cakes, biscuits and snack foods like chips and corn chips as they are high in trans fatty acids.

To help lower your cholesterol levels and improve your diet, eat fresh fruit, fresh vegetables and whole grains on a daily basis and incorporate at every meal during your weight loss plan.

2 tablespoons of olive oil a day will lower your LDL or bad cholesterol within one week.

Walnuts and almonds are the best nut available in lowering LDL’s. Eat a small handful a day and watch your cholesterol levels drop. They are an essential food in your weight loss plan.

An avocado a day can lower your LDL by 17 per cent.

Porridge is a rich source of soluble fibre which forms a kind of gel in your intestine that reduces the amount of fat you eat. Porridge is an excellent weight loss food.

Prunes, barley, beans, eggplant and asparagus are great sources of soluble fibre and are fantastic weight loss foods.

Use fresh garlic daily or take garlic tablets daily. Garlic contains a compound called allicin which is thought to lower cholesterol considerably. The more garlic you eat, the better results you will get.

Drinking ginger tea will also help. (grated ginger and boiling water)

Use the spices Rosemary, cinnamon and turmeric as their potent antioxidant properties help lower cholesterol.
Thirty minutes of exercise a day will dramatically improve your health and reduce the overall risk of heart disease and stroke plus it will speed up your weight loss results.

Take Spirulina. This protein rich form of algae lowers both LDL or bad cholesterol and total cholesterol results.
If you smoke, have high blood pressure, diabetes or are overweight, you are at risk of heart disease
Cardiovascular disease is one of our biggest causes of death. It also costs billions of dollars in health care.

Change of lifestyle and lowering your weight can make a huge difference in lowering cholesterol levels. Don’t waste another minute. Take steps towards lowering your cholesterol through a healthy diet and exercise today.