Friday, August 19, 2011

Natural Cure for High Cholesterol

Natural Cure for High Cholesterol - Bad Cholesterol level in blood is to be  considered to be a contributor to plaque building up in the arteries and impeded blood flow to the brain , kidney, genitals, extremities and heart.  Since Cholesterol deposits in arteries it caused heart disease and it also implicates in gallstones.  However, Cholesterol is an essential part of every cell structure and this is needed for brain, nerve function and basis for manufacturing sex hormones.  In addition, Cholesterol is manufactured in the liver and transported through the bloodstream to the part of body when it is needed.

A high Cholesterol level in  blood is normally occurred when a person frequently eats fatty foods.  It is a fatty substance because blood is mainly water, it has to latch on to molecules (lipoproteins) to travel around to Low-Density Lipoproteins  (LDLs) have transported cholesterol in the bloodstream.  When a person is being diagnosed of  High Blood Cholesterol,  it is important to distinguish between  serum cholesterol and dietary cholesterol which is present  in food although our body produces its own cholesterol.  Bear in mind the consumption of foods high in cholesterol and/or saturated fat will eventually result to increase cholesterol blood that may cause heart disease.

While a vegetarian diet, regular exercise, niacin and vitamin c may lower cholesterol.  Hereunder the following information to let your body fight against high blood cholesterol:

Good Supplements:
Vitamin C with bioflavonoids                 - To lower cholesterol
Vitamin E (D-Alpha Tocoperol Form)   -  To improve circulation

Dietary Foods:
Fruits: apple, banana, grapefruit, pineapple.
Vegetables: garlic, union, celery, carrot, broccoli, cauliflower and other green leafy and Grains: barley, beans, brown rice, oats

Avoid smoking cigarette, alcohol, cakes, carbonated drinks, coffee, gravies and dairy products.


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