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How To Lower Cholesterol Naturally?

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Freshly squeezed orange juice can lower cholesterol. Herbal tea with peppers, ginger, honey, and lukewarm water is good. Ginger, grapes, red yeast, oatmeal, red wine can help reduce cholesterol. Chromium helps maintain blood sugar level through proper utilization of insulin. Exercise is important to lower cholesterol and eat several small meals a day.

How to Lower Cholesterol Levels?

The causes of high level of cholesterol can be varied in nature. It can be due to foods consumed by an individual. It can also be due to the excessive hard drinks that a person consumes. It is not a disease, but it can really cause many other diseases. Thus one having high level of cholesterol needs to be very careful regarding his/her health. Here are a few ways by which one can lower the cholesterol level naturally.

[Read: Fruits And Vegetables Help Lower Cholesterol Levels]

1. Orange Juice Is Tasty And Healthy

Freshly squeezed orange juice is known to lower the level of cholesterol in human body.  One orange a day in the morning can do magic.

2. Herbal Tea Helps A Lot

If you think that your cholesterol level is more than average then you can prepare an herbal tea. It should contain peppers, ginger, and luke warm water. After that you need to add honey to it and the tea is ready to be consumed.

3. Ginger Is An Effective Medium

Ginger is a natural way to reduce cholesterol and as it thins the blood helping in effective circulation, it becomes much easier for the blood to reach different parts of the body which in turn prevents several diseases.

4. Chromium Is An Effective Mineral

Chromium is an effective mineral to help you reduce cholesterol. Chromium also helps you to maintain your blood sugar level through the proper utilization of insulin. Hence, you can try and consume chromium pills or keep foods that contain chromium as a part of your diet.

5. Grapes, A Natural Way To Reduce Cholesterol

Grapes can be really helpful as a natural way to reduce cholesterol. The skin of the grape consists of a compound which really helps in the lowering of the cholesterol.

6. Consume Red Yeast

You can consume red yeast in order to reduce the cholesterol in your blood in a natural way. Red Yeast is effective in cutting down the level of LDL and that is good for your health.

7. Consuming Oatmeal Can Be Helpful

Oatmeal though sometimes not good to taste, is a rich source of soluble fiber that helps in lowering as well as dissolving the cholesterol in the blood. Other than oatmeal, you can also consume legumes and other food items which contain soluble fiber.

8. A Glass Of Red Wine Is Good

You can have a glass of wine which raises the HDL level which in turn helps you to lower your cholesterol level. Also, having red wine helps you to feel fresh as it has got anti-oxidants to help you stay healthy.

9. Exercise Is The Key To Stay Healthy

If you are planning to lower your cholesterol level, you should try out exercising. You can try out jogging in order to get some fresh air to your lungs. You can also try stretching and similar other exercises.

10. Take Food In Small Quantities

You should take several meals during a day, instead of taking just two meals a day. This helps you to fight your cholesterol level in a natural way.

Hence, try these ways out to have a good and healthy life that is without the accumulation of huge amount of cholesterol in the body.

 

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Emma Olliff
Expert

Emma is a qualified Nutritional Therapist (DipNT CNM) and is registered with BANT (British Association for Nutritional Therapy) and CMA (Complimentary Medical Association). She is passionate about helping her clients achieve optimum health through diet and lifestyle.

Emma Olliff
Expert

Emma is a qualified Nutritional Therapist (DipNT CNM) and is registered with BANT (British Association for Nutritional Therapy) and CMA (Complimentary Medical Association). She is passionate about helping her clients achieve optimum health through diet and lifestyle.