It depends if it is from your diest or inherited? If it's from your diet eat healtier, exercise, use natural herbs. In herited is a different story, talk to your doctor about both
if you ask a doctor he will say, statins, herbalists will probably say oats or barley, they both contain soluble fibre that is said to lower cholesterol. I read a book once about some bloke who lowered his cholesterol buy making and eating oatcakes or buns, I think it was called something like the Eight week Cholesterol Diet?
A doctor may prescribe Lipitor to reduce cholesterol. To get to the cause of the problem reduce consumption of red meat, and eat more fruits and vegetables. Some supplements that are know to help reduce bad cholesterol include garlic, olive oil and omega-3's
Check you smoking, stress factor, refined sugar, and food additives.
Eat more vegetables, barley, carrots, garlic, beans, onions, and soy beans,
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