High cholesterol is well-known factor for heart diseases. If you are suffering from high cholesterol, your chances for getting heart attack are above the usual boundary. In some cases the high cholesterol is result of familiar genes and in other cases cholesterol is caused by diet. Lipoproteins are taking the cholesterol through the blood. There are two types of lipoproteins: low-density lipoproteins and high-density lipoproteins. Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) is famous for its name “bad cholesterol”, because it transports the cholesterol from the liver throughout the body and sometimes is allowing it to be deposited in artery walls.
High-density lipoprotein is known as the good cholesterol, because is picking up the cholesterol from the blood and is delivering to cells that use it. Or there is another option for the high-density cholesterol and that is to take the cholesterol back to the liver to be recycled and eliminated from the body. If you have high cholesterol, then you would not feel any kind of symptoms. But you should visit your doctor for preventing yourself of high cholesterol. He or she will explain to you what are the tests that you should do it and if you are diagnosed with cholesterol, your doctor will give you the right treatment to make sure that his/her patient is with good health. In this modern era there are natural remedies and medicines. We give you here natural methods for controlling high cholesterol:
Natural methods to reduce high cholesterol levels from blood
Avocado: Avocados are rich with heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. This type of fat is increasing the high-density cholesterol and is lowering the low-density cholesterol. This avocado helps more than any other kind of fruit in reducing the cholesterol which is absorbed from the different types of food. Reducing the cholesterol is caused because avocado is smashing the beta-sitosterol which has quality results on the high cholesterol. Avocados are rich in fat (300 calories and 30g fat per avocado). You should use them in moderation. [1,2]
Oats: One of the best things you could do to lower your cholesterol is to change your morning meal. If you put at least two servings of oats in your morning meals, then you could lower the low-density cholesterol by 5.3% in only 6 weeks. The key to success against the high it is beta-glucan which is contained in the oats. Beta-glucan is absorbing the low-density cholesterol which your body excretes. 
Nuts: Many cases have shown that eating nuts can lower your high cholesterol. One of the studies has shown that people who ate 1.5 ounces of whole walnuts 6 days a week for one month; their cholesterol was lower for 5.4% and the low-density cholesterol was lower for 9.3%. Other good options are cashews and almonds. Nuts are good for the hearth. But also you should know that the nuts are high in calories. You should eat 1.5 ounces per day. If you do not know how much is 1.5 ounces, you should measure a shot glass and a half. If you do not like eating fresh nuts, you should squeeze two tablespoons from the organic peanut butter pouch to spread on sandwiches. 
Garlic: Many studies have shown that garlic can decrease the blood levels of total cholesterol by a few percentage points. This lowering is caused just in short term. Another study says that the garlic is not effective as the most people are thinking it. Sometimes, garlic can prolong bleeding and blood clotting time. Garlic and its supplements should not be taken prior the surgery with blood-thinning drugs (the most known blood-thinning drug is Coumadin). 
Policosanol: In some studies are shown that policosanol produced from sugar cane was found to be effective in lowering the low-density lipoproteins. Most of the products in USA which are containing policosanol are extracted from beeswax and not the sugar cane policosanol. But in other cases is shown that beeswax policosanol is not lowering the cholesterol for 100%. There should be more studies for this product to be shown its complete lowering factor. 
Red wine: Doctors are saying that drinking red wine in the situation in which you have high cholesterol can lower your cholesterol and make yourself feel better. Some cases have shown that people who have consumed the same grape supplements which are found in the red wine have noticed that their low-density lipoproteins are decreasing. In addition of this study, people who have been into this study have noticed a 12% drop in their low-density lipoproteins. 
Tea: We all know that the white tea is good for fighting with the cancer. It contains antioxidants. Also, the white tea is known for having good effect on low-density cholesterol. There is one study about the black tea in which is told that people who drink black tea have reduced their cholesterol levels by up to 10% in only 3 weeks. The black tea also have positive effects on the heart. It is helping to people who have heart problems. 
Red Yeast Rice: Red Yeast rice is type of Chinese rice. This rice could lower your cholesterol Red yeast rice is rich with substances called monacolins. Monacolins are naturally-occurring and they are converted by the body to make a chemical substance which inhibits the production of cholesterol. One monacolin have been used in popular statin drugs. If you are consuming red yeast rice as part of an overall diet, this would help to you to maintain the normal cholesterol levels. When pharmacists are extracting the active ingredient from the rice and when they are using it in a drug formula, this helped to many people to decrease their high level of cholesterol. There is not negative effect from using the red yeast rice. Studies have shown that using red rice in your everyday meal can reduce the cholesterol levels in your blood.
Guggulipid: Guggulipid is the gum which is extracted from the Mukul myrrh tree. This kind of natural remedy for high cholesterol has been used in India more than 3.000 years ago. In many studies which are made in India it is told that the guggulipid is reducing the blood levels of total cholesterol and is lowering the low-density lipoprotein. But in research which was made in USA it has been told that guggulipid has negative results for the high cholesterol. That was reason for stopping the produce of guggulipid medicines. But also there should be done more studies to be proved if the guggulipid is helping to reduce the blood levels and decrease the high cholesterol or it has opposite effects. 
Beans: Beans are quality food for your heart. One research which was made in Arizona has shown that if you add ½ cup of beans to soup, it will lower your high cholesterol and also it will decrease the low-density lipoprotein to 8%. This is result of the fiber which is contained in the beans. The fiber is slowing and rating the amount of absorbed cholesterol from some kinds of food. You should try pinto, black or kidney beans. Each of these types of beans are supplying your daily need of fiber. 
Spinach: Spinach is good for your health and also is helping to reduce the low-density lipoprotein. This popular green contains lots of luteins. This sunshine-yellow pigment is found in egg yolks and dark green leafy vegetables. Lutein has golden reputation for fighting against the macular degeneration which is leading cause of blindness. Many studies have shown that just ½ cup of a lutein to eat daily on your meals will guard your heart and also it will help you to improve the cholesterol levels. You can make salad from the spinach. Or also you can pop the spinach in the microwave for a quick side dish. 
Salmon and fatty fish: Omega-3 fats are real nature of the world. They are helping on your heart diseases, dementia and many other diseases. Also the Omega-3 fats are lowering the high cholesterol. If you eat salmon, sardines and herring, you could increase the good cholesterol for 4%.
Niacin: Niacin is also known as Vitamin B-3. This Vitamin has properties to reduce low-density lipoprotein by 10% and increase the high-density lipoprotein by 15%-30%. You should know that niacin can have some side effects. That is why you should consult with your doctor before using it. 
Artichoke Leaf Extract: Artichoke leaf extract can lower your cholesterol. It will limit the synthesis in your body. In negative case, the artichoke leaf can increase the flow of cholesterol excretion in your liver.
Orange juice: The fresh squeezed orange juice can lower your high cholesterol . In one study is shown that people which drunk fresh orange juice have lowered their low-density lipoprotein for 16% and increased their high-density lipoprotein for 21%.
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