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High Cholesterol Level Remedies

Last Modified on May 18, 2015


Vitamin C   1  0   

Posted by Chuck (Tukwila, WA) on 07/16/2007

[YEA]  I was reading where high Cholesterol can be fixed by taking 3000-5000 mg of vitamin C per day. The theory is cholesterol attaches itself to lesions in your blood vessels. The Vitamin C repairs the lesions thus allowing the body to flush the cholesterol that is not needed naturally. Further the articles stated Cholesterol is needed to heal nerves that get damaged. The statin drugs stop the body from making cholesterol thus the nerves don't get healed. I took a fall 2 years ago and no one can figure out why I am in pain. I have been on statin drugs for 4 years. My theory is I damaged nerves in the fall and the lack of cholesterol is not allowing my nerves to heal. I weaned myself off the Lipitor. And am taking 1500 mg 3 times a day of vitamin C. I don't know if it will work I hope so. But I have noticed my memory is getting better.

Vitamin D   1  0   

Posted by Pamela B (Walhalla, SC) on 02/10/2008

[YEA]  I am taking 10,000 units of Vitamin D for cholesterol. I really want to know what to do about belly fat, and how others have beat the battle of the bulge.

Replied by Tanja
Melbourne, Australia, Victoria
06/18/2011
Hi there. Try rebounding or using a mini-trampoline. It's the best exercise on earth. A rebounder costs around 50 bucks and the benefits are numerous. I do 20 minutes per day which is equal to 1 hour of jogging (plus it's 68 percent more effective than jogging without the added stress on the joints). Look it up and try it! All the best. Tanja

ps. you can do abdominals and crunches til the cows come home. They don't work.

Water   1  0   

Posted by Coty (Gate City VA)

[YEA]  WATER Is the best thing for high cholesterol.

Replied by Missisippi Girl
Brookhaven, Mississippi
04/09/2012
Water may be the answer but how much? You can drink too much water also....... Mississippi girl.




 



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