Eat to Lower Cholesterol

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Cholesterol and trans fats
Eating your way to a higher cholesterol level is simple. It is easy to increase the amount of bad cholesterol flowing through your blood stream by raising the amount of saturated fats and trans fats in your diet.

You can also eat to your way to a lower cholesterol level. The objective is to achieve the following lipid readings:

  1. Total overall = 200.
  2. LDL = less than 100,
  3. HDL = 40 or greater for men and 60 or greater for women
  4. Triglyceride = less than 150.

A heart healthy diet includes soluble fiber to absorb cholesterol, polyunsaturated fats to directly lower LDL and plant stanols and sterols to prevent the absorption of cholesterol.  Examples of these in your diet are oat products, nuts, beans, fatty fish and foods fortified with the stanols and sterols. Additionally, restrict the intake of unsaturated fats found in various animal products such as red meats, milk and cheese and restrict the intake of trans fats.

If you have no success with lowering cholesterol levels through your diet, check out the Unicity product titled U Balance-Cholesterol and learn how to lower cholesterol levels quickly. It has been clinically proven, patented, and accepted by the medical world. Clinical tests verified LDL is lowered by 31%, HDL is raised by 29% and triglycerides lowered by over 40%. You may have to discuss U Balance with your doctor if you are already taking meds. Your doctor can find it in the PDR (Physician’s Desk Reference).


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