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How to Unclog Arteries and Reduce Cholesterol Naturally

150 Views· 24 May 2022
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Good dietary choices and the practice of physical activity can keep your good cholesterol (HDL) and bad cholesterol (LDL) balanced.

Having both in balance means a lower risk of heart attack, stroke, and other diseases like Alzheimer's.

But, do you know what your cholesterol levels are? Do you have high cholesterol?

Did you know that your eating habits can reverse this problem?

Being aware that your diet can lower your bad cholesterol levels will allow you to live a better life.

The diet to lower LDL cholesterol levels is rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole-grain foods and poor in saturated and trans fats and in sugar to improve blood circulation.

But, in addition to these steps, there is a juice that can reverse your high cholesterol and make you healthier: lemon, celery, and bay leaf juice.

Did you know this benefit of lemon peel?

Try it and share your opinion with us.

0:00 Introduction
0:23 How to Lower Cholesterol with Diet
0:49 Lemon and celery root juice recipe
2:12 Outro

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