How to Normalize My Cholesterol & Clear Out My 93% Clogged Arteries?

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Normalize My Cholesterol & Clear Out My 93% Clogged Arteries – One Food Spikes Bad Cholesterol (be warned)

According to a new study from the University of London, one type of food can singlehandedly push your LDL cholesterol level through the roof.

And this is exactly the type of food that’s becoming more and more popular.

In fact, you should avoid eating this type of food more than once per week.

By now, we all know that takeaway meals increase our cholesterol, but we often don’t realize just how harmful they are.

Researchers performed this study with young school kids, but the results are unlikely to be terribly different for adults.

They analyzed information from 1,948 primary school kids from 85 schools in London, Birmingham, and Leicester. They asked the kids about their consumption of takeout meals and about the food they consumed in the previous 24 hours.

In addition, the scientists tested the kids’ physical measurements and fasting blood samples.

Overall, 26% of the kids reported hardly ever or never consuming takeaway meals; 46% ate such meals less than once per week; and 28% ate them once or more per week.

More frequent takeaway meal consumption was related to significantly higher total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and body fat content.

Those who ate more takeaways consumed more calories but less protein and vitamin C.

The takeaway of this study is simple: cook more at home and eat fewer takeaways.

But if your cholesterol is already too high, you need to take more serious action. Here are the simple steps I used to normalize my cholesterol and clear out my 93% clogged arteries…

Normalize My Cholesterol & Clear Out My 93% Clogged Arteries – Does Aspirin Heal Your Heart or Not?

If you have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or pretty much any cardiovascular disease, your doctor has most likely prescribed you low doses of aspirin.

It’s a standard treatment that most doctors do without even thinking.

But a new study from Japan published in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that more caution is needed.

It’s not that aspirin should never be taken, but there are several things to keep in mind before popping this pill.

In this study, 14,000 older Japanese people who had some type of cardiovascular condition were prescribed a low dose of aspirin.

For five years, the rates of heart attack, stroke, and death were monitored and compared to those of a similar group of people who did not take aspirin.

Long story short: the researchers found no connection between taking aspirin and the frequency of stroke, heart attack, or death.

However, there are several factors to keep in mind. First of all, the frequency of heart attack is much lower in Japan than in America and Europe.

In fact, there were so few heart attacks that the study had to be cut short due to statically insignificant data.

On the other hand, stroke is more common in Japan than in the West. So perhaps the results would be different in another country.

There were some strong indicators that taking aspirin decreased the risk of mini-strokes and chest pain. However, aspirin also increased the risk of serious bleeding.

Additionally, although aspirin is considered to be quite safe, it does come with several serious side effects. Some of the common side effects are rash, gastrointestinal ulcerations, abdominal pain, cramping, nausea, gastritis, and bleeding.

If you are taking aspirin and suffering from side effects from it, or are concerned about bleeding, you may want to talk to your healthcare provider about the pros and cons of taking this medication. Especially since there are no clear indicators of its heart health benefits.

The best route, however, is to completely heal your heart and arteries so you don’t need to be dependent on any drugs.

Here is the exact step-by-step plan I used to clean out my +93% clogged arteries and optimize my cholesterol level…

If high blood pressure is your concern, here are 3 easy exercises guaranteed to drop your blood pressure below 120/80…

Normalize My Cholesterol & Clear Out My 93% Clogged Arteries – Easiest Exercises to Heal Heart Diseases

Are you like many middle-aged and elderly people who don’t enjoy running, jumping, or other forms of high-impact exercise because your joints just don’t feel up to it?

Then a new study published in the journal Frontiers Physiology offers great news for you.

It shows that specific and easy types of exercise prevent cardiovascular disease just as well as gym workouts.

Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University noted that some previous studies had found that swimming, aqua-aerobics, and other water exercises were effective for improving fitness, mobility, walking gait, balance, and peripheral arterial health. They also noticed a paucity of research into how these exercise types may prevent cardiovascular disease.

These researchers recruited 80 participants older than 55 years, none of whom had high blood pressure, diabetes, or other pre-existing conditions.

They excluded those who participated in high-intensity exercise, which is difficult to perform in water, to enable a proper comparison between the water and gym groups.

For six months, all participants exercised four times a week on average, performing either water exercises, gym sessions, or a combination of the two.

They also obtained medical records for people who did not exercise at all to serve as a comparison group for the participants.

To assess the participants’ heart health, the researchers used endothelium health, a common measure of heart health. The endothelium forms the inner lining of blood vessels. In this study, the researchers tested the efficiency of the endothelium in both small veins and large arteries.

Unsurprisingly, they discovered that all three exercise groups had better endothelium health than the inactive group. More importantly, there was no difference in endothelium health between the three exercise groups: the water group, the gym group, and the combined group.

This is great news for middle-aged and elderly people, as they now have a way to exercise without hurting their joints.

Elderly people are often especially reluctant to exercise because they are afraid of falls or other injuries. But it is precisely at this age that they need exercise the most.

The researchers speculate that water exercise is just as effective as gym workouts because, like other types of exercise, it promotes the production of nitric oxide. In turn, this enhances the effectiveness of arteries and veins in circulating blood throughout the body.

But water exercises are not enough if you already have clogged heart arteries. To clear out cholesterol plaque, you must cut out this ONE ingredient you didn’t even know you were consuming…

And if you have high blood pressure, discover three easy exercises (that have nothing to do with water) that will drop your blood pressure below 120/80, starting today…

Watch this video – Remove Bad Cholesterol Naturally & Reduce Clogged Arteries and Stroke | Samyuktha Diaries

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program. It was created by Scott Davis. Because he once suffered from high cholesterol, so much so that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication. Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy is a unique online program that provides you with all the information you need to regain control of your cholesterol levels and health, as a whole.

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