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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Lower Cholestrol

Nuts (including almonds) Rich in monounsaturated fats, the so-called "good" fats, vitamin E and other antioxidants are important for heart health. It also contains plant sterols that help lower cholesterol and provide us valuable. Useful because the fiber is mixed with gastric fluids to form a paste the consistency of a gel important for the body. This mixture is combined with cholesterol in the gut like a sponge absorbing and expelling it from the body via the faeces. This reduces the amount of bad cholesterol absorbed by the blood. Includes soy protein as an alternative to milk, yogurt and desserts, and also meat alternatives like tofu. 25 grams of soy protein a day and a diet low in saturated fat and rich in vegetable fat, reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. To get 25 grams of soy protein, we have to consume 250 ml of soy beverages, and an alternative to yogurt 1 serving (150 g jars). The soy protein have been shown to lower cholesterol levels of 5 to 6% by reducing the production of LDL cholesterol in the body. Soy is also low in saturated fat and rich in vegetable fats that are good for your health.

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