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Natural Remedies for High Cholesterol

…seed extract and phosphatidylcholine from soy, evening primrose oil, tomato extract and policosanol. It’s been shown in clinical trials to lower cholesterol by a full 10 percent in just four weeks. Plus, within six weeks, 90 percent of those taking this blend had a more than 20 percent reduction in…

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New Statin Drug Guidelines Are Bad for Patients

Big Pharma got an early Christmas present yesterday: millions of new customers for statin drugs. The American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association released new cholesterol treatment guidelines that could easily double the number of people taking Lipitor, Zocor, Crestor, Pravachol…

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5 Secrets to Lowering Cholesterol Naturally

…bedtime so the flushing happens while you’re asleep. This therapy is not recommended for patients with liver disease, gout or ulcers. Note: To lower cholesterol naturally, you should take the regular form of niacin. Research indicates that niacinamide and “no-flush” formulations (inositol hexaniacinate…

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Learn About Flaxseed’s Health Benefits

…has worked extremely well for our patients at the Whitaker Wellness Institute is flaxseed. Flaxseed Health Benefits Flaxseed not only helps to lower cholesterol, it can help prevent heart attacks and strokes. Flaxseed health benefits also include its role as an excellent source of soluble fiber which acts…

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Niacin: Is it Really Safe and Effective?

…skewing research results. Let me explain. Previous Niacin Research Niacin, or nicotinic acid, is a form of vitamin B3 that has been used to lower cholesterol and triglycerides since the late 1950s, decades before statin drugs came on the market. The first large placebo-controlled trial of the effects…

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4 Comfort Foods You Can Enjoy Guilt-Free

…sprinkle of garlic powder. 2. Healthy apple cobbler: Apples are a near perfect food. They contain pectin, a type of soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol, and they’re loaded with protective phytonutrients. To make a warm apple cobber, dice several apples and sprinkle with cinnamon. Cook in a saucepan…

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6 Effective, Natural Home Remedies

…demonstrated that 1–3 g of cinnamon taken daily can decrease blood sugar by 10–29 percent. And that’s not all. This sweet spice also helps lower cholesterol, dampen inflammation and regulate blood pressure. Because compounds in the saliva can break down the active ingredients in cinnamon, I suggest…

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