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Cholesterol Herbal Mix- 100Grams
Scientific Name: HERBAL MIX
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A proprietary mix of herbs that promotes healthy cholesterol levels.
You are to make one teaspoon of this mix as tea, drink 3 times daily 30 minutes before meals.
Causes of elevated lipids
Lifestyle factors: Lack of exercise, being overweight, smoking, skipping meals and eating large portions of foods at one time.
Dietary factors: Excessive intake of alcohol, saturated and Trans fat, sugar, starch and calories.
Medical history: Poorly controlled diabetes, insulin resistance (a precursor to diabetes), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), kidney disease, some medications and family history.
Foods That Raise Lipids
The following foods and beverages contain nutrients that raise lipid levels and should be limited.
Alcohol: Beer, wine, hard liquor and liqueurs.
Saturated fats: Fats solid at room temperature, including animal fats, lard and butter . Also, fried foods, whole milk, whole milk dairy products, cheese, cream cheese, high-fat meats and fast foods.
Trans fats: Hydrogenated fats found in margarine, vegetable shortening, fried foods, fast foods and most commercial snack foods such as pastries, cakes, pies, crackers, etc.
Sugar: Concentrated sweets such as sugar, jams, jellies and candy. Desserts such as pies, cakes, cookies, candy, doughnuts, ice cream, frozen yogurt and sweetened gelatin.
Beverages: Fruit juices, fruit drinks, fruit punches, regular sodas, smoothies, sports drinks and sweetened coffee drinks.
Other foods: Sweetened cereals, flavored yogurts and sports or energy bars
Starch: Concentrated starchy foods - pasta, rice, potatoes, pizza, popcorn, chips, many fat-free foods and ready-to-eat cereals. Choose small portions of these due to their high carbohydrate density. Use whole grains and legumes (starchy beans) in preference to refined starches.
Best Food Choices
Switch to eating steel cut oats for breakfast every morning
Fruit: Choose fresh fruits in season for best flavor and nutrition. Avoid fruit juices even fresh squeezed, because of their high sugar content. Unsweetened frozen fruit and canned fruit that is rinsed in water may also be included.
Vegetables: Eat at least 3 or more cups a day of fresh or frozen prepared vegetables. Be liberal and creative with vegetable preparation and intake.
Breads and cereals: Choose whole grain breads, crackers, unsweetened high-fiber cereals or old fashioned oatmeal.
Protein: Select lean meats, poultry without skin, white, cooked dried beans, lentils, peas, nuts and low-fat soy products. Eat fish at least twice a week. acid)
Dairy: plant derived milk like coconut milk or almond milk
Fat: One tablespoon of original olive oil . Avocados, olives and natural nut butters are excellent fats to include.
Instead of curry- cook with turmeric, make it into tea(hot and cold)
For iron rich foods, one should eat:
Iron occurs in two forms in foods:
• Heme iron is found in animal foods like fish. This type of iron is most readily absorbed.
• Non heme iron is found in plant food like dark leafy vegetables and dried fruits.
- Have a good calcium rich diet or supplements with calcium tablets
- HIGH FIBER DIET
Fiber per day = 20 to 35 grams
To improve your diet, add foods that contain more dietary fiber. You can include the following in the diet:
1. Whole-grain foods (such as bran cereals) and breads (those made with whole wheat grains).
2. Fresh fruits (including the skin and pulp).
3. Root vegetables (such as carrots, turnips, or potatoes).
4. Raw or fresh vegetables, such as cabbage. (Lettuce is actually low in fiber.)
• Ingredients Imported 100% raw from the USA ✓
• Carefully formulated in Nigeria ✓
• USDA Organic* ✓
• Non-GMO** ✓
• GMP Manufacturing ✓
All our products are 100% natural and processed in a FDA Registered Facility in the USA.
Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
You should not use the information contained herein for
diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or for prescribing any medication. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using any herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
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