Natural Remedies for Cholesterol – How Effective Are They?

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Written by Mita Majumdar, M.Sc. | Medically Reviewed by The Medindia Medical Review Team  on Jul 19, 2018
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Latest Publications and Research on Natural Remedies for Cholesterol – How Effective Are They?

Diabetes Res. Clin. Pract.  2020 Jan 30  

Weight gain, but not macronutrient intake, modifies the effect of dietary Branch chain amino acids on the risk of metabolic syndrome.

Hosseinpour-Niazi S, Tahmasebinejad Z, Esfandiar Z, Bakhshi B, Mirmiran P, Azizi F

The aim of this study was to investigate whether both weight change and the background intakes of macronutrient modulate the association between dieta... Read More

Source: PubMed


BMC Vet. Res.    

Choline supplementation prevents diet induced gut mucosa lipid accumulation in post-smolt Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.).

Hansen AKG, Kortner TM, Krasnov A, Bjφrkhem I, Penn M, Krogdahl Ε

Various intestinal morphological alterations have been reported in cultured fish fed diets with high contents of plant ingredients. Since 2000, salmon... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Clin Biochem Nutr    

Supplementation with nitrate only modestly affects lipid and glucose metabolism in genetic and dietary-induced murine models of obesity.

Fischer A, Lόersen K, Schultheiί G, de Pascual-Teresa S, Mereu A, Ipharraguerre IR, Rimbach G

To gain a better understanding of how nitrate may affect carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, female wild-type mice were fed a high-fat, high-fructose d... Read More

Source: PubMed

Fish Shellfish Immunol.    

Assessing the effectiveness of CoQ10 dietary supplementation on growth performance, digestive enzymes, blood health, immune response, and oxidative-related genes expression of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus).

El Basuini MF, Teiba II, Zaki MAA, Alabssawy AN, El-Hais AM, Gabr AA, Dawood MAO, Zaineldin AI, Mzengereza K, Shadrack RS, Dossou S

The present study was conducted to investigate the effects of CoQ10 dietary supplementation on growth performance, feed utilization, blood profile, im... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Am Med Dir Assoc  2020 Jan 27  

Specific Nutritional Biomarker Profiles in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Subjective Cognitive Decline Are Associated With Clinical Progression: The NUDAD Project.

de Leeuw FA, van der Flier WM, Tijms BM, Scheltens P, Mendes VM, Manadas B, Bierau J, van Wijk N, van den Heuvel EGHM, Mohajeri MH, Teunissen CE, Kester MI

Nutritional insufficiencies have been associated with cognitive impairment. Understanding whether nutritional biomarker levels are associated with cli... Read More

Source: PubMed

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Rakesh2000

Thanks for u r guidance over cholesterol.... my main question is how can I improve my HDL ..... its very low...... 26. I'm 42 years old rakesh thakar

Thanks for such a good article . I would like to add Flaxseeds[Alasi in hindi] to the above mention list of food to reduce cholesterol. Not many people know about flax seeds. Flax seeds(Alasi in hindi) are also good source of Omega 3 acid and helps to reduce cholesterol . Flax seeds are a rich source of the valuable omega-3 unsaturated fatty acid, alpha linolenic acid. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential in your diet. Like vitamins, they can't be made in your body and must come from foods or supplements. By increasing your omega-3 fatty-acid intake, you will produce a healthier ratio of these prostaglandins (hormone-like substances) in your body. Flax seeds have become more and more popular in recent years, due to their health-protective properties. Most notably, reducing the risk of heart disease, as well as the prevention of some cancers. Flax seeds are a rich source of alpha-linolenic acid. This is the plant-derived type of omega-3 fats, which has been shown to lower LDL cholesterol, as well as triglycerides levels. Flax seeds also contain both insoluble and soluble fiber. Soluble fiber is thought to aid in lowering cholesterol, by preventing the absorption of cholesterol within the body. Flax seeds are a valuable addition to your diet, to help decrease your risk of heart disease. Probably the most important and widely studied benefit of the omega-3 fatty acids is for the cardiovascular system. Lipid profiles, electrical conduction in the heart, platelet function, even blood pressure are optimized by omega-3 fatty acid intake. We should consume it daily . It is number one nutrition food item .Search online for more health benefit details of flax seed. You can buy it from nearby store or online and it is quite cheap as compare to other healthy items like almonds(more healthy and tasty mamra badam(almonds) is more expensive than California badam) and roasted flax seeds better in test than other natural food items which reduce cholesterol like Garlic, Oat,onions etc. Finally , it is up to you decide best suitable combination for your health.

Dr.Seth

Recent research on Coronary Artery disease [heart disease] indicated the overall cholesterol to be within normal range in close to 60% of the cases. So high cholesterol by itself does not predispose to CAD. Other factors like life style diet and activity level are equally important.

My LDL is 144 and HDL is 30 mg/dl. what are the consequences especially heart Further my SGOT is 169 and SGPT is 106 iu/l and am a sugar patient Kindly provide me the consultancy on the consequences omyhealth


I'd like to inform you about this product i recently discovered that is helping me a lot in my vegan diet and cholesterol problem. This is Olive an olive tree leaves’ water infusion.

Hey Manuel, it's really great news! I will also try it once in a while to keep my cholesterol levels in check.

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