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AC/DC - You Shook Me All Night Long ~
"Knocking me out with this American thighs " !!!๏ปฟ

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Kick islam out of America !!!
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**Pro-Vaxers Debunk This !!!
Vaccination TRUTH with Dr. Suzanne Humphries !**๏ปฟ

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*What you are NOT being told about VACCINES/VACCINATIONS !!*๏ปฟ

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An imbalance of cholesterol levels can increase the risk for heart attack or stroke. It doesn't matter if you're eating leftovers or food straight off the grill, here's how to lower your #cholesterol EVERY time you eat...

There are many alternative treatments proposed for lowering cholesterol. But before you add any supplements or alternative therapies to your diet, talk to your health care provider.

Some of the herbal and nutritional supplements that may help lower cholesterol include:

. Try a cup of oatmeal a day.

. Eat more oily fishes, like sardines, salmon and bangus.


โ€ข Garlic: According to some studies, garlic may decrease blood levels of total cholesterol by a few percentage points, but only in the short term. Other studies, however, suggest that it may not be as beneficial as once thought. Garlic may prolong bleeding and blood clotting time, so garlic and garlic supplements should not be taken prior to surgery or with blood-thinning drugs such as Coumadin.

โ€ข Fiber: Taking a fiber supplement to help meet your daily fiber intake can help lower your overall cholesterol level and your LDL (bad) cholesterol. Examples include psyllium, methylcellulose, wheat dextrin, and calcium polycarbophil. If you take a fiber supplement, increase the amount you take slowly. This can help prevent gas and cramping. Itโ€™s also important to drink enough liquids when you increase your fiber intake.

โ€ข Guggulipid: Guggulipid is the gum resin of the mukul myrrh tree. It has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine, which originated in India more than 2,000 years ago. In clinical studies done in India, guggulipid significantly reduced blood levels of total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol. But most of these studies do not meet the criteria for scientific validity. In addition, the enthusiasm for using guggulipid as a cholesterol-lowering herbal agent diminished after the publication of negative results from a clinical trial in the U.S. Further research is necessary to determine the safety and effectiveness of this herb.

โ€ข Red yeast rice: Red yeast rice has been found to lower cholesterol in studies and was previously found in the over-the-counter supplement Cholestin. However, in 2001, FDA took Cholestin off the shelf because it contained lovastatin, a compound found in the cholesterol prescription medication Mevacor. Reformulated "Cholestin" no longer contains red yeast rice. Other red yeast rice-containing supplements currently available in the U.S. can only contain very small levels of lovastatin. The FDA does not allow promotion of red yeast rice for lowering cholesterol.

โ€ข Policosanol: Produced from sugar cane, policosanol was found to be effective in lowering LDL cholesterol in several studies. Most policosanol supplements found in the U.S., including the reformulated Cholestin, contain policosanol extracted from beeswax and not the sugar cane policosanol. There is no evidence that policosanol extracted from beeswax can lower cholesterol. Additional studies on sugar cane policosanol are needed to determine its effectiveness and safety in lowering cholesterol.
โ€ข Other herbal products: The results of several studies suggest fenugreek seeds and leaves, artichoke leaf extract, yarrow, and holy basil all may help lower cholesterol. These and other commonly used herbs and spices -- including ginger, turmeric, and rosemary -- are being investigated for their potential beneficial effects relating to coronary disease prevention.

How to Use Eggplant To Lower Your Cholesterol :

Eggplant is a unique vegetable, not only because of its color, taste and beauty, but for its nutritional benefits. In fact, eggplant could lower your cholesterol in about 4 weeks or less.

Recent experiments found that people who drank eggplant juice had a significant reduction in their LDL (bad) cholesterol levels. The walls of their blood vessels relaxed, improving blood flow. These positive effects were due to nasunin( a free radical scavenger) and terpene phytonutrients ( plant derived nutrients) in eggplant as published by whfoods.(http://whfoods.org)

Look for an eggplant that is heavy, firm and with no skin blemishes. Wash the eggplant to remove any dirt or residue. Cut off the stem and blossom ends, slice the eggplant crosswise into ยฝ inch slices. Place the eggplant in a ยฝ gallon of water with lemon slices. Keep in the refrigerator for a week and drink 3 glasses of eggplant juice per day, replenish the water as needed. Repeat the process for 4 weeks. You could lower your cholesterol naturally by at least 20 points or more (The water may be a little bitter, but this doesnโ€™t outweigh the benefits).

If you are not a juice drinker, use eggplant for your meals instead. Eggplant is delicious hot or cold and can be enjoyed marinated, stuffed, roasted, grilled, fried, in a casserole, in stews, or on brochettes. Use allspice, basil, bay leaves, garlic, chili powder, oregano, sage, and parsley to flavor your eggplant meals. Combine it with tomatoes and onions. Eggplant prepared in this manner, will still lower your cholesterol, but will likely take longer.

Exercise can also help you keep your cholesterol and other blood lipid levels in check. An elevated level of cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease, and elevated triglycerides are a risk factor for acute pancreatitis. After eight weeks of regular step aerobics, sedentary college students experienced a positive change in their good cholesterol levels โ€“ high-density lipoproteins -- and triglycerides. Students who participated in classic floor-based aerobics experienced improvements only in their triglyceride levels.
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