Dr Oz: Strawberry Serving Size for Lower LDL Cholesterol Vs Statins
Strawberries are nature’s sweet answer to your Cholesterol woes, and Dr Oz shared a study that found they can help you to lower LDL Cholesterol counts. http://www.recapo.com/dr-oz/dr-oz-natural-remedies/dr-oz-strawberry-serving-size-lower-ldl-cholesterol-vs-statins/
Cholesterol lowering foods include oat bran, flax seeds, garlic, almonds, walnuts, whole barley, and green tea. Below is a detailed list of foods which lower "bad" LDL cholesterol, while leaving the good HDL cholesterol largely unaffected. #reducecholedterol http://icareclinic.com/our-services/primary-care-family-medicine/
Dietary changes can reduce LDL cholesterol. Substitute polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats for trans fats and saturated fats, avoid refined grains and sugars, and eat three to five servings a day of fruits and vegetables.
Top 20 Artery-Cleansing Foods Persimmons Forget the old 'an apple a day' adage—it seems eating a daily persimmon is a better way to keep the doctor away. Research shows the polyphenols found in this fruit (which has twice as much fiber and more antioxidants than an apple) can help decrease levels of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.