how to remove bad cholesterol naturally?
Posted 3 years ago in Other by MusicBloom


Exercise and lose weight. Reduce intake of bad cholesterol. Eat Cheerios or oatmeal at least once a day. Take fish oil pills. Eat raw walnuts.
There is no such thing as "bad" cholesterol. This is a term capitalized on by the drug companies to sell their drugs.We do not use cholesterol from external sources. The body produces all the cholesterol we need. And given the proper nutrients, the body will never produce anything that is bad for itself - this includes cholesterol.Cholesterol forms in response to acidic blood caused by dehydration. Dehydration removes water from the blood, causing it to become acidic. As the blood passes through the lungs, it becomes even more dehydrated when more water is expelled through the process of breathing.Entering the arteries under a shearing pressure, the acidic blood causes minute tears and abrasions to the interior of the artery walls that could peel off and cause an embolism in the brain or other organ.To prevent this, the body produces the so-called "bad" cholesterol to cover and protect the damaged areas until repairs can be made. Thus, the cholesterol is designed to save your life.Where it becomes a problem is when doctors refuse to recognize dehydration as the cause of health problems. So, the dehydration is allowed to continue, along with the acidic blood and the damage it causes, signaling the body to produce more and more cholesterol until it builds up and becomes a problem.Your cholesterol can be lowered by increasing your water and salt intake (don't worry - salt doesn't cause high blood pressure. This is another myth supported by the medical community) to correct the dehydration.Click below to learn how to do this correctly.

What is High Cholesterol

You have this condition if there are high levels of cholesterol in the blood. There are three parts of cholesterol:

  • Low density lipoproteins (LDL)-known as bad cholesterol. It causes build up of cholesterol and other fats in the blood vessels. High LDL levels can cause artery and heart disease.
  • High density lipoproteins (HDL)-known as good cholesterol. It can remove cholesterol and other fats from the blood vessels. High levels of HDL can protect against heart disease.
  • Triglycerides-a common form of fat in the body. Often elevated in people with diabetes or certain genetic conditions.
  • Particles-proteins associated with certain types of cholesterols in the body. These may be a better signal about your risk of developing disease in the blood vessels.

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