Do you want to lower your cholesterol?
In this short video, I share three unusual ways of improving your cholesterol naturally.
These are tips you’re unlikely to hear from a doctor. Yet they can be highly effective at getting your cholesterol to a healthy level.
In fact, one of them was found in a study to lower the heart disease risk for 9 out of 10 people.
My name is Gareth Churchill and I’m natural health researcher for Erudite Lifestyle magazine.
We report on the latest breakthroughs in alternative medicine as well as expose the bogus claims.
When it comes to cholesterol, new advances are being made all the time on how to balance your cholesterol and lower your risk of heart disease naturally, and avoid spending a lifetime on pharmaceutical drugs with possible side effects.
My first unusual tip is to eat FAT.
That’s right, I said FAT.
But not any fat.
I mean healthy fats that can help boost your GOOD HDL cholesterol.
This includes fatty fish, olives, flax seeds and avocados.
My next tip is to drink ALCOHOL.
Or to be precise, one glass of red wine a day.
Again, research suggests it can raise HDL cholesterol by as much as 15% and help get your cholesterol to a healthy ratio.
My final tip is to try CHELATION therapy.
This was first developed to remove heavy metals from the arteries of factory workers.
However, doctors were amazed to discover it can help flush out cholesterol plaque as well, and has been found to lower the risk of heart disease for 9 out of 10 people.
In this short video I’m only scratching the surface on how to get your cholesterol to a healthy ratio and lower your risk of a heart attack or stroke.
If you’d like to know more about how to flush toxic cholesterol plaque from your arteries, lower your blood pressure and why cholesterol may not be the #1 cause of heart attacks at all, please read this article find out more:
I hope you find our information helpful in balancing your cholesterol and improving your all round health.
Have a great day.
Disclaimer – Statements made in this video have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA. You should never make changes to your medication without speaking to your doctor as some natural ingredients may interfere with them. The tips provided are suggestions only and are not a replacement for professional medical advice. The study results reported are not typical results and personal experience may vary.