We can reduce the level of “bad” cholesterol in the body without drugs. We just need to add several healthy products to our diet.
When cholesterol rises above 5.5 millimoles per litre, we say that this level is excessive.
I also want to clarify that the “bad” cholesterol is the one which goes “from the liver to the periphery”. Besides, it builds into lipid plaques, increasing their volume. Such cholesterol creates deposits on the walls of blood vessels, clogs them and disrupts the blood supply to organs.
As a nutritionist, I can tell that you can normalize cholesterol with a daily intake of onions and garlic. So, the body would receive the necessary amount of bioactive substances. Those protect the walls of blood vessels from the growth of atherosclerotic plaques and the occurrence of inflammation.
Dried apples are also beneficial. I consider it necessary to note that the dietary fibres contained in them contribute to the breakdown of cholesterol on the walls of blood vessels. Moreover, apple’s fibre reduces the level of cholesterol in the body.
I also want to report that atherosclerosis may acquire the reverse course, which means rejuvenation of the body.
The list of useful products also includes tomatoes, tomato paste and juice, herring, mackerel, sardines, saury and other wild fish of the northern seas, rich in omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids.
To sum up, these fatty acids have a pronounced anti-inflammatory effect. Furthermore, they lead to a decrease in the risk of atherosclerosis complications.
Besides, I firmly believe that an initial course of colon hydrotherapy will help speed up the process of normalising cholesterol level in the blood.
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