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Advanced CardioRX

by gold stone (2019-05-09)

Garlic - One clove and one Kyolic Advanced CardioRX Review One Per Day Cardiovascular aged garlic extract supplement Garlic impedes the liver's ability to make cholesterol. Here's a couple ways to spice up your garlic. Chop garlic into small pieces to release its flavor. Sauté it with steamed spinach, add it to sauces and soups or purée roasted garlic with cooked potatoes and olive oil for a heart-healthy version of everybody's favorite: Mashed potatoes.Phytosterol-Containing Foods - 2-3 grams of phytosterols a day spread over two meals Phytosterols are a fat found in plant foods such as fruits, nuts, seeds and vegetable oils. They interfere with cholesterol absorption by blocking it from your intestinal cells. Even a vegetarian diet provides no more than 300-400 mg of plant sterols a day, so supplement this with foods containing added phytosterols - chocolate bars, margarine, cheese, granola bars and cookies, to name a few - but keep an eye on saturated fat and trans-fat content. Check out this Cranberry-Almond Granola. See and you thought cutting down cholesterol would require you to eat foods that taste like carboardFlaxseeds - 2 tablespoons of ground flaxseeds Flaxseeds contain lignan and soluble fiber, which block the production of LDL and increase your body's ability to get rid of cholesterol. Eat ground flaxseeds rather than whole ones, because your body can better absorb its nutrients. We like to sprinkle them into our morning oatmeal or cereal. Recent studies also show that whole flaxseeds are better than flaxseed oil for lowering cholesterol. Use whole flaxseed in Blueberry-Nut Muffins for a yummy combo.Beans - 1/2 cup of legumes (beans, peas or lentils) Beans contain a special soluble fiber that's fermented in the colon. Healthy bacteria eat the fiber and bean sugars to form short-chain fatty acids, which travel to the liver and inhibit LDL cutmostrol production. Sure you likely never heard of Adzuki beans, which are used in Japan to make sweet red bean paste, but if you can track them down they are high on our recommendations list. Also recommends cannelloni beans (try them in Tuscan soups, an Italian bean-based soup) and kidney beans, perfect in one of our favorites Hawaiian chili. Or Porteguese Bean Soup.Apples - One apple - to keep the doctor away, of course Apples, particularly the skin and outer flesh, are rich in polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that help prevent plaque buildup. You can chop, slice or dice 'em, but leave the peel on for maximum health benefits.