HOME REMEDY: Cholesterol
Statins is the prescription of choice to help with high cholesterol levels, but they can't distinguish between the two types of cholesterol, so they reduce both the plaqueforming LDL cholesterol as well as HDL, which is necessary in many bodily functions. Also, many people report side effects from taking statins.
One suggestion Jill makes is to ensure that your liver is functioning optimally so it can process cholesterol. Bitter foods and ones rich in plant fibres, such as green leafy veg, along with artichoke, coconut, turmeric and milk thistle seeds, are known to help liver function. It is also important to avoid animal fats and processed food.
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Do not reduce your statins without talking to your doctor.
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Daily tip from the lady archive
"BE careful with your mouth make-up. By careless work you may obliterate well-cut lines, and you will always achieve a badly groomed look if your lipstick is smudged and badly applied."The Lady, Make-Up for Mouths, 8th January, 1942