I really don’t like going to the visit my doctor. There is nothing wrong with him, it’s just that I don’t like that look he gives me when we are discussing my cholesterol numbers. Nor do I like the fact that he says if we don’t get this under control we will have to consider putting you one of the cholesterol lowering medications. That’s another secret, I don’t like taking prescription medication. So when I ask, is there anything I can do, his answer is get more exercise and modify your diet. So with those thoughts in mind I went to research what foods will help me to get my numbers back to the point that both my doctor and I can live with. This is what I found out.
There are five foods that we should include in our diet to help reduce our cholesterol numbers. The first of this group are foods that are high in soluble fiber. Soluble fiber help to reduces the amount of Low Density Lipoproteins, (LDL) also known as the bad cholesterol in our body. Foods such as oatmeal, oat brains, apples, pears, kidney beans, barley and prunes are all good sources of soluble fiber.
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