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What Natural Food/Supplement can I take to lower my Cholesterol?


I am a transplant patient and my anti-rejection drugs cause my Cholesterol to be high. I have been on statins for years, but I get a lot of pains that from my readings, are caused to some degree by these meds. Now, along with the other problems in the news about statins, I want to get off of the drug and get onto something more natural.

 

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    oceansider 5 years ago

    Yes, I agree, I eat oatmeal or oat squares every morning with walnuts or almonds and raisins and bananas.

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    Sherrie Westerfield, Cpht (artist101) 4 years ago

    Dr. Oz just recently reported that red yeast rice, and coconut oil, are a safer alternative to statins. With no side effects.

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