Cholesterol: The #1 Health Issue?

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Cholesterol

was not the first thing I thought of…

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I have to be honest with you, I NEVER thought there were so many concerned with

Cholesterol

as being the most prevalent health issue.
But after the preliminary results of our poll are in, it ranks #1 over all these others.

We still need folks who haven’t voted yet to weigh in on their highest priority health concern they would like the “natural cure” for, before we wrap up our poll results.

If

Cholesterol

isn’t your main health concern issue, I’d like to know what it is.

I’m aware that we are being “bombarded” by the makers of Lipitor and other drug companies that say we must have “in addition to diet and exercise,” these other drugs to help attain safe levels, but that’s not really true.

The “RIGHT” diet and exercise WILL get your levels down to a safe area.

What is it that’s so bad?

It’s a waxy substance that’s found in the fats in your blood. (They’re called lipids.) Your body does need some to continue building healthy cells, but having high cholesterol can increase your risk of heart disease and all the related problems.

When your CL is too high, you can develop fatty deposits in your blood vessels. When that happens, these deposits can restrict blood flow through your arteries.

Your heart can’t get as much oxygen rich blood as it needs and this increases the risk of a heart attack. When blood flow to your brain is decreased, it can cause a stroke.

High CL or what they call “hyper,” can be inherited, but even though that may be true, it’s still preventable and treatable. That’s no reason to give in to it.

A healthy diet and regular exercise can go a long way toward reducing high levels.

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Here are the treatment steps you can take to get your cholesterol in the proper balance:

  • Do a liver cleanse
  • Exercise, exercise, exercise (It works)
  • Reduce spikes in your blood sugar level with a proper diet and eating smaller meals regularly.
  • Eat foods that lower it and avoid foods that increase cholesterol

Liver Cleanse
Doing a liver cleanse is an important part of a natural treatment plan. Your liver already creates 3 to 8 times the cholesterol that a normal diet contains.

Even if you cut your intake off completely, you’d still be getting 75% to 95% of the cholesterol you get today.

Doing a liver cleanse will make your liver more efficient at performing all its functions, including making cholesterol. Cleansing your liver is one of the best things you can do to regain your proper level balance.

By just doing one liver cleanse, you may be able to lower your LDL by 10 mg/dL (not to mention what you’ll be able to accomplish with all of the other steps).

An unhealthy diet can cause high cholesterol. A low-cholesterol diet can help improve those levels.

You can lower your bad cholesterol with natural treatment using:

B Vitamins
Carnitine
Chromium
Coenzyme Q10
Fiber and fiber supplements are thought to bind to cholesterol in the small intestine and prevent cholesterol absorption into the bloodstream.
Garlic
Grape Seed Extract
Pantothine
Red yeast rice
Royal Jelly
Soy
Vitamin C

All of the these foods, vitamins and minerals help reduce cholesterol.

By lowering your your LDL, a liver cleanse helps you achieve one of the goals in your treatment.

Diet… Exercise… and BEAT that risk to your good health!

Author: Steve Berchtold

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