Before cholesterol was discovered, people around the world were already using herbs as a means to cure diseases and to relieve pains and discomforts.

Cholesterol is a compound present in animal cells and body fluids and it is classified into two types, the good cholesterol and bad cholesterol.

Bad cholesterol can accumulate in the arterial walls and it is one of the major causes of strokes and heart attacks.

People strive to develop means to lower cholesterol, and among the ways that they apply is the use of herbs which has been helpful to man for several centuries.

Here are some foods that can help to lower bad cholesterol levels in the body:

1. Garlic and Onion

Eating garlic on before breakfast is a good way to lower total lipids, cholesterol and glyceride levels.

Regular consumption of onions can also lower cholesterol and glyceride levels in the body.

2. Turmeric

Turmeric contains curcumin which helps to lower serum cholesterol and blood sugar levels in the body.

3. Soya Milk

Soya milk contains properties that work to improve your blood lipid profile. It does not contain saturated fat and cholesterol and its monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids help to inhibit the transport of cholesterol into the blood stream.

Regular intake of soya milk can help to increase the level of good cholesterol and lower triglyceride and bad cholesterol levels in the body.

4. Coriander Seeds

To take advantage of its benefits, soak two teaspoonfuls of coriander seeds in a glass of water and let it stay overnight. Use a filtering device to separate the water from the seeds then drink the liquid.

5. Carrot and Spinach Juice

A combination of carrot and spinach juice is a powerhouse of antioxidants, chlorophyll and beta carotene to keep your cholesterol levels low.

This powerful combination also contains properties that can effectively protect you from a host of ailments which include anemia, arthritis, nerve degeneration, thyroid and adrenal problems, hemorrhage and certain types of ulcers.

6. Oatmeal

Oatmeal contains soluble fiber which helps to lower bad cholesterol levels in the body. Other food sources of soluble fiber include apples, barley, kidney beans, pears and prunes.

These are some of the food and herbal products that help to lower bad cholesterol levels. Take them regularly in order to obtain their protection and health benefits.

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