4 Steps to Reduce High Cholesterol Levels

Naturally maintain healthy levels of LDL & HDL cholesterol.

Author: Leonardo Riera, Herbalist & Certified QRA Practitioner

Mainstream researchers are now beginning to recognize that chronic inflammation and cell dysfunction are the more relevant critical risk factors for atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease; but the latest ground-breaking research states that declining steroid hormone levels are at the root of this condition

The body attempts to correct declining levels of hormones by pumping out more cholesterol into the bloodstream. However, our lifestyle, environment, and some aging factors can impair our ability to synthesize that cholesterol into the different steroid hormones. The sex hormones are the most important of these steroid hormones.

Here are some steps to help balance your cholesterol:

1. Eat a diet that consists of mostly anti-inflammatory foods that are low in sugar. Modern day processed foods elevate blood sugar, which leads to a decreased vasodilation and blood flow, and contributes to LDL sticking to the artery walls.

2. High doses of B vitamins throughout the day, along with red yeast extract.

3. Relax

4. Avoid hormone-disrupting habits.

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