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06 May

How To Control Cholesterol Using Anti Cholesterol Methods – Part 5

Part 5 – Keeping In Check and Natural Treatments to Balance Cholesterol Levels


The main thing that each of us should keep in mind is if we haven’t been told we have high cholesterol, there is no reason we should ever have

fenugreek on white spoon

fenugreek on white spoon (Photo credit: prashant_zi)

to be told we need anti cholesterol treatments.
For those that have been informed to keep their cholesterol levels in check, the methods of diet, exercise and lifestyle can begin to reverse the effects of the cholesterol and therefore lower the levels to a much more manageable number.


The Wonder Herbal Supplement That Does It All

For those that have suffered the results of high cholesterol and the diet associated with it, such as deionized eggs, blah!, there is a better choice.


Those that have not yet had to deal with the effects of cholesterol issues, then you do not have too!! There is a better choice!!


Colestralow is the new breakthrough anti cholesterol herbal supplement that immediately has began to reverse the levels of cholesterol. It actually improves the good and reduces the bad! There can not be a better system than that!

Colestralow combines the vital ingredients and herbs needed to form a normalized level of cholesterol. These ingredients by themselves hold overwhelming results in the lowering and stabilization of cholesterol. Yet combined together, create an astonishing method of combining diet, exercise and lifestyle into an easy to swallow pill!!

Ingredients in this remarkable anti cholesterol herbal supplement are such as FENUGREEK 300: For years, Fenugreek has been used as a way for men to increase libido, women that are nursing to increase milk supply and has effectively been used to alleviate pain in the joints of arthritis patients.
Now, Fenugreek is becoming the main ‘go-to’ herb for those wanting to reduce both blood sugar as well as cholesterol!

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02 May

How To Control Cholesterol Using Anti Cholesterol Methods – Part 2



The number one thing we can control is the food we eat. Eating healthy is the best anti cholesterol method we could use. Stop eating foods that we know can kill us years later.

Chips (BE), French fries (AE), French fried po...

Chips (BE), French fries (AE), French fried potatoes (AE) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Nothing is more ironic that seeing someone refusing to smoke, yet eating French fries like there is no tomorrow. Keep eating those fatty fries and your tomorrows’ will be few!

It is not at all difficult to take just a few seconds while in a grocery store, to stop and read the ingredients found on the back of all food labels. That is exactly why they put them there.

Stop frying everything!! Baking chicken is more healthy and tastes pretty fair as well. There is absolutely no excuse for the amount of harmful fats we introduce in our bodies each day.


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30 April

How To Control Cholesterol Using Anti Cholesterol Methods – Part 1

It seems our biggest enemy sometimes is ourselves. Well, that and procrastination. We seldom worry about having any types of health problems or disease until we are stricken with health problems and disease. It is only then that we even consider anti cholesterol.


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Icon from Nuvola icon theme for KDE 3.x. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We may not have much control over our daily caloric and fat intake as children, however, as adults, we are in full control over our bodies, and subsequently, the health of our children.


It falls on us to not only take better care of ourselves, but to also provide our children with a more health conscious diet. There is something we can do about high cholesterol prior to being told by our Dr. that we have an issue with our cholesterol. As complex as that may sound, it is rather simplistic in its meaning.


1) Lifestyle; 


By creating a healthier lifestyle, we are taking the first warning shots across the bow of heart disease and high cholesterol. This includes attempting a vast reduction in the amount of stress we take on throughout our day.


We can effectively accomplish this simply by not allowing the certain things that usually ruffle our feathers to bother us at all. Though seemingly difficult, try to developed the habit of just saying “oh well”, when something does not go our way.

You can find more details about Cholesterol and how to naturally balance cholesterol levels on ColestraLow site.

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25 April

What Is Cholesterol?

The very first time Cholesterol was ever witnessed outside the body, it was in 1769. A man named Francois Poulletier de la Salle, discovered a unique looking substance appearing in gallstones he was inspecting. Although he never actually accredited this find as his own. Long before we ever thought of anti cholesterol.

It wasn’t until 1815 that a man named Eugene Chevreul witnessed the same substance and gave it a name; Cholesterine. Later adopting the name cholesterol from the Greek meaning “bile-solid-alcohol”. Which in a sense, is exactly what cholesterol actually is.

Cholesterol emboli

Cholesterol emboli (Photo credit: Boonyarit Cheunsuchon)

Cholesterol is a waxy substance organically created as steroid fat. It has both good and bad qualities determining on the amount and exact chemical makeup of the cholesterol, meaning there are some forms created within the body that have beneficial qualities.

Being that some cholesterol is vital for the life of all animals, it is recycled through the body becoming excreted from the liver as fluid bile, then roughly half the excretion is absorbed back into the body via the small bowel into our bloodstream. So good cholesterol actually has a purpose.

Cholesterol has two sides. Good (HDL) and Bad (LDL). It is the total cholesterol that we should watch for, and why an anti cholesterol medicine is so important.

That purpose is to maintain our levels of bile acids, steroid hormones and vitamins such as the ever needed Vitamin D.Cholesterol is also needed to create new cell membranes.

You can find more details about Cholesterol and how to naturally balance cholesterol levels on ColestraLow site.

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17 April

Bad Qualities Associated with Cholesterol

What happens when the cholesterol essentially becomes too much is that too much of the substance begins being reabsorbed into our bloodstream. Being that its first entry point back into our system is though our blood vessels, it is here that our problems begin and the need for anti cholesterol is sought after.


Think of it as if our blood vessels were a intricate system of pipes, (well, essentially that is exactly what they are). If you were to turn on the hot water,(our blood) and begin to slowly introduce small amounts of melted animal fat (cholesterol), the warm water would dilute the fat just enough to grease the pipes and allow the liquidly fat to pass on through the system and out into the reservoir again.

myocardial infarction - Myokardinfarkt - scheme

myocardial infarction - Myokardinfarkt - scheme (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


However, if you continuously keep adding the fat into the pipes, small amounts begin to find littler crooks, bends and crevices to stop at. Like taking a snowball and rolling it on loose snow, more liguidly fat begins to cake up on top of these troubled areas in the pipes, creating thicker amounts.


As these thicker amounts begin to form, less and less of the warm water has the same diluting effects as before, and the fat begins to cool. Anyone that knows anything about cooking knows that after merely minutes removed from heat, fat begins to harden. So it does in our bloodvessels. Clogging them off little by little until we have a cardiovascular issue.


If you think this is not that huge of a problem, think again. Although 87% of those who die of heart attacks are over the age of 60, studies have shown that the problems associated with the heart diseases actually begin showing up in our bodies while we a merely children. Meaning our pipes have already began to create these minute areas for fat to come to a halt in while we are very young.


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23 April

Anti-cholesterol diets ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT lower your chances of having a heart attack!

I just finished reading “The Great Cholesterol Lie” by Dr. Dwight Lundell and I was shocked what I discovered inside…

We’ve all heard that the best way to reduce your risk of heart disease is to reduce your cholesterol levels. But what would you say if you found out that this isn’t true? And not only that it isn’t true, but that lowering your cholesterol levels with anti cholesterol diets ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT lower your chances of having a heart attack, getting heart disease, or suffering from a stroke? What would you say to that?

Well guess what – it’s true. And if you are like most people who have learned this for themselves, you don’t have anything to say, because you are speechless. It means that anti cholesterol foods, anti cholesterol diets, and anti cholesterol rules won’t make a difference when it comes to preventing heart disease. And this fact isn’t coming from an unreliable source, it’s coming from a cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon of more than 25 years – Dr. Dwight Lundell.

What Dr. Dwight Lundell has to say will shock you, and make you rethink everything you thought you knew about heart disease prevention, starting with anti cholesterol rules. But it might also save your life, or the life of someone you know. So start paying attention, because what Dr. Lundell has learned is different than anything you’ve ever done before, and might be the one thing you need to start living a healthier life.

Click here to find out more about Dr. Lundell’s book “The Great Cholesterol Lie”.

Take care,

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02 March

Garlic – Anti-Cholesterol Food

Garlic has been used as best anti-cholesterol herb worldwide. It reduces lipids and bad cholesterol from the blood and hence protects our heart from heart attacks. Perfect to reduce your cholesterol levels. Find out more in the video below:

21 February

USDA Says Eggs Now Lower in Cholesterol

Today i came across interesting new research on Eggs! Eggs are now proved to be lower in cholesterol and therefore part of a healthy, anti-cholesterol diet. Read on to know more…

Anti Cholesterol Eggs

Whether you like them poached, scrambled or sunny-side-up, new nutritional data from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service boils down to this: Eggs are lower in cholesterol and higher in vitamin D than previously believed.

In fact, when the USDA-ARS tested standard large eggs from different sources for nutritional content, they found that the average egg contained 185 milligrams of cholesterol, which is 14 percent lower than previously recorded. The analysis also revealed that large eggs contain 41 IUs of vitamin D, which is an increase of 64 percent.

“We collected a random sample of regular large shell eggs from 12 locations across the country to analyze the nutrient content of eggs,” said Dr. Jacob Exler, nutritionist with the Agricultural Research Service’s Nutrient Data Laboratory, in a press release. “This testing procedure was last completed with eggs in 2002, and while most nutrients remained similar to those values, cholesterol decreased by 14 percent and vitamin D increased by 64 percent from 2002 values.”

Eggs have been given a bad rap for many years, with cholesterol-conscious dieters eschewing them in favor of egg substitutes and egg whites. But this new information shows that an egg a day can be part of a healthy, low anti-cholesterol diet, especially when combined with choosing low-cholesterol foods throughout the day.

The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends that individuals consume less than 300 milligrams of cholesterol a day. At 185 milligrams, a large egg could be a wise choice. According to Dr. David Katz, director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center, even individuals with high blood cholesterol can consider eating an egg.

So what accounts for the change in eggs’ content? Some researchers believe it has to do with improvements farmers have made to hens’ feed, which is made up mostly of corn, soybean meal, vitamins and minerals. Nutrition researchers at Iowa State University are in the process of compiling a report to outline potential reasons for the natural decrease in cholesterol in eggs.

Katz says he’s seen no harmful effects of eating eggs, and that in fact, those who eliminate them from their diets could be missing out. With 6 grams of protein, a large egg provides 12 percent of the recommended daily value. Eggs are also one of the only foods that are a good source of vitamin D, which aids in calcium absorption, an essential process for building and maintaining strong bones.

They are also nutrient-rich, and can aid in weight management, muscle strength, healthy pregnancy, eye health, brain function and more, according to the news release from the USDA.