High cholesterol levels and high blood pressure are a very common condition as of late and are most often the consequence of an unhealthy diet and inactivity. Our diets mostly consist of fast foods, processed fats and sugars, refined carbs, fried food and additives, which all affect our health negatively.
If our cholesterol levels get elevated it will inevitably lead to arterial plaque accumulation, which will harden our arteries and obstruct the blood flow to the heart. Hence, heart problems and chest pain occurs. High cholesterol levels can be resolved in an array of ways, if you go the conventional way your doctor will most likely prescribe cholesterol lowering drugs and medications. However, these may lead to some unwanted side-effects and cause additional problems for the patient, which is why many turn to alternative medicine and try to find a more natural solution to their problem.
There are many natural remedies for high cholesterol levels as well and in this article we’ll present one such remedy which was designed by a doctor who struggled with high cholesterol levels, fat, glucose, urea and triglycerides his entire life. After just a month of consuming this remedy the doctor was surprised to see the blood results, which revealed everything is restored to their normal values.
He now recommends it to his patients and everyone who’s tried it says that it’s the most effective remedy they’ve tried. Many continue to take it at least once a year to maintain their good cholesterol values and prevent further problems and complications.
All the ingredients that go in this remedy are natural and the preparation is fairly simple.
Grab one organic pumpkin and peel it. Cut the pumpkin into small pieces and add it to a blender with some water. Pulse until everything is combined and drink the juice first thin in the morning, on an empty stomach.
Drink the juice every day for a month and then go check your cholesterol levels. You’ll be surprised by the results.
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