Cholesterol Cures: More Than 325 Natural Ways to Lower Cholesterol and Live Longer from Almonds and Chocolate to Garlic and Wine

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Are you troubled by scary headlines linking high cholesterol levels with heart disease? Wary of cholesterol-lowering drugs that trigger worrisome side effects? Cholesterol Cures offers hundreds of natural ways to keep your cholesterol in check-- without drugs!

Since this book was first released, scientists have discovered that some foods once considered off-limits actually help boost "good" cholesterol and lower "bad" cholesterol.

In this revised and updated edition, you'll learn the heart-healthy benefits of:
Chocolate * Guacamole * Applie Pie * Olives * Peanut Butter * Orange Juice * Real salad dressings * Fish * Wine ... and more

Get the real scoop on:
* Cholesterol-lowering eggs, salad dressings, margarines, and snack bars
* New anti-cholesterol supplements and herbs (such as niacin and red yeast rice extract)
* The fat and cholesterol content of 500 everyday foods

You'll discover how:
* Chili peppers lower triglycerides, a type of blood fat related to cholesterol
* Chicory, a coffee substitute, clobbers cholesterol
* Red meat can be part of a low-fat, low choesterol diet
* Yoga can help cut high cholesterol

Includes a menu plan and recipes for lowering your cholesterol 30 points in 30 days

From the Editors of Prevention Magazine, the nation's #1 source of health information.
 

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Contents

Alcohol
13
Apples
27
Canola Oil
42
Carrots
45
Cooking
62
Exercise
76
Fish
90
Garlic
103
Niacin
141
Polyunsaturated Fat
154
Soy Foods
167
Stress Management
171
Vegetarian Diet
187
Wine
201
500Food Fat and Cholesterol Counter
245
About the Authors
316

Lean Meat
112
Meal Frequency
127

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