High cholesterol is something we all want to avoid. It is a well-known risk factor that contributes to heart disease. Additionally, most of us would like to maintain healthy cholesterol levels without taking prescription drugs (too many side effects). Luckily, there have been numerous scientific studies that have shown there are life-style and nutritional practices that can have a significant impact on cholesterol levels.
To help manage cholesterol levels:
1.Follow a heart healthy diet. This includes reducing saturated fats, such as those in red meat and dairy products. Try substituting chicken, fish or soy, and use low-fat or nonfat dairy products.
2.Avoid trans-fats. Stay away from products whose labels contain the words “partially hydrogenated oil”.
3. Use garlic whenever possible. Garlic has shown to effectively reduce cholesterol levels
4. Drink green tea. The anti-oxidants in green tea have shown to help lower cholesterol and to help prevent the cholesterol in your blood from oxidizing. Don’t do green tea? Then order Brabec Basics Green Tea Extract capsules.
5. Get regular exercise and manage your stress level.
6. Consider taking OneLife’s Co-Q 10 and Something Smells Fishy products. The specific anti-oxidant activity of Co-Q10 appears to benefit the heart by helping to prevent blood clots, maintaining healthy blood vessels, and supporting the optimal functioning of the heart muscle. The 100% salmon oil in OneLife’s Something Smells Fishy contains an abundance of essential fatty acids known as omega-3’s. Daily doses of salmon oil have been shown to be an effective preventative strategy against heart disease. It has also shown to lower triglyceride (blood fat) levels, minimize inflammation and clotting, and increase HDL (‘good’) cholesterol. OneLife’s Something Smells Fishy (100% pure salmon oil) and Super Flaxseed + Greens (flaxseed + veggies) are great sources of omega-3's All OneLifeUSA products are China – FREE and independently tested. click here for more info
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