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Eat More Grains Can Reduce The Cholesterol

link this post written on 30/11/2013
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Eat more grains can reduce the cholesterol in the blood - one of the risk factors for heart disease.

A person, who eats 115g (dry weight) of beans daily, maintaining the same calorie and fat intake, can have a 19% reduction in blood cholesterol. http://www.reviewlity.com/page/5/

Almond, although high in fat (monounsaturated), helps decrease cholesterol. Patients with a low-fat diet had a 10% drop in the rate of cholesterol, especially the bad kind, after the daily intake of 84g of almonds, within 3 weeks.

Reduce the intake of Tran’s fatty acids and saturated for about 10% of total calories (about 20 grams per day for women and for men 22g). Saturated fatty acids and Trans (usually labeled on the packaging as "hydrogenated") are the main fats found in cheese, meat, biscuits, cakes, pastries, chocolate and products made from whole milk and any other solid fat.

Take a habit of eating avocados; it helps to lower cholesterol, despite being rich in calories.

Other foods that contribute to lowering cholesterol is oily fish, walnuts, flaxseed, soybean and wheat germ.

A Scottish experience made in 1979 with healthy volunteers showed that the ingestion of raw carrots 200g per day for 3 weeks reduced the blood cholesterol level by 11%. The levels rose with the end of the experiment.

Take 1 kg of pumpkin puree in a blender with a little water (enough to be able to knock it). Strain through a fine sieve to remove all the juice. Take a glass fasting for a week. After a few minutes, take breakfast suitable for your case. Rest for a week and take another week. Repeat one more time to complete 21 days. They say it is a natural remedy and superheat.
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