3 Best Types Of Foods That Lower Your Cholesterol

"YES - I Want Healthy Cholesterol Levels"

Today I’m going to quickly cover the 3 best TYPES of foods you should eat daily, to support healthy cholesterol levels.

What you’ll discover today will be easy to implement because these are general guidelines and not some kind of specific diet. So you have a lot of flexibility and variation.

FIBER

Fiber is very important for overall health, weight management, and of course, healthy cholesterol.

fiber-foodsFiber promotes healthy cholesterol levels through numerous pathways…

  • reducing bile in your intestines
  • by binding to cholesterol in your blood and the foods you eat
  • by stabilizing your blood sugar levels

Unfortunately, most Americans don’t get enough fiber, barely 5 grams daily. … You need around 25-30 grams.

Good sources of fiber are

  • Beans and legumes (pinto, black, lentils, etc.)
  • whole grains (quinoa, oat bran, barley, etc.)
  • Nuts, which also have healthy fats (almonds, walnuts, etc., but NOT peanuts)
  • fruits containing a fiber called pectin — such as Apples, grapes, strawberries, and citrus fruits

And if you aren’t able to get enough fiber through your food, add in some fiber supplements such as psyllium.

FAT

Healthy fats are very important for healthy cholesterol.

One primary reason is that your body needs good fats to produce proper ratios of hormones, such as testosterone, Growth hormones, thyroids, and similar “youth” hormones.

Unfortunately, most people eat the WRONG kinds of fats, such as

  • Processed vegetable oils
  • Heated and hydrogenated oils
  • Trans fats (such as margarine)
  • Animal fats and dairy

healty-fat-foodsThe best fats should be eaten RAW, such as

  • Nuts (not roasted and not peanuts)
  • Extra virgin, organic coconut oil
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Avocados
  • Fish oils
  • Seeds — Flaxseed oil, Chia seeds

Vegetables

You can almost never go wrong with eating vegetables. Eat whatever you want and go for a variety of colors.

vagetables

Raw is best most of the time, or lightly steamed. But please don’t overcook them, or eat them with fats or dressings.

Summary

So there you have it … eat lots of fiber-rich foods, healthy fats, and vegetables.

Don’t forget to exercise daily, even if it’s just a 20 min walk.

And if you want healthy cholesterol levels, within the normal range, you can also take specific herbs, vitamins and minerals.

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