Lower Your Cholesterol Naturally and With Out Drugs
Here is your free report on how to lower your cholesterol
levels, safely and
significantly, with in weeks.
The idea is so simple, it almost seems to simple. So
here it is.
Quit eating all refined carbohydrates.
That is it. That is all you have to do. And literally,
with in weeks, you cholesterol
can drop 100 points or more. For Real. And you don't
have to take my word for
it. If you do this, you can measure your cholesterol
before and after, and see for
yourself. Literally, with in weeks.
What you need to know to understand why this works.
The first thing is what
cholesterol does in the body. What is its job? Everything
in the body has a
purpose; otherwise we would not have it. So what does
Cholesterol's primary job is to carry glucose (sugar)
around the blood stream.
You need an equal number of cholesterol units as you
have sugar molecules in
your blood. So if you have 3000 sugar molecules in your
blood, you need 3,000
cholesterol molecules to carry them. The actual numbers
are much, much higher
than this, but you get the point.
The more glucose or sugar molecules you have in your
blood, the more
cholesterol you need to carry them.
Your blood sugar levels are constantly changing. Your
body is always trying to
keep your blood sugar levels with in a normal range
for you. But after years of
abuse from you, your body does not always do such a
So what affects your blood sugar levels? Mostly what
you eat. Refined
Carbohydrates. When you eat refined carbohydrates, the
get digested and
absorbed into the blood stream very quickly. Your body
then very quickly
converts the refined carbohydrates into glucose. This
causes a spike in your
blood glucose levels.
Everyone has witnessed this. Ever see a kid after they
eat a bunch of sugar?
They are bouncing off the walls, because all of that
sugar gets turned into
glucose in the blood very quickly. So they have tons
of energy, because glucose
is one of the things your muscles use for energy.
The same thing happens to you when you eat sugar and
carbohydrates. Your body quickly converts them into
glucose in the blood. And if
you have a high amount of glucose in the blood, what
do you need again? That
is right; you need lots of cholesterol to carry those
glucose guys around.
Your body is smart. It learns from the past. If you
are constantly having high
amounts of glucose because of the food you eat, your
body prepares. Your body
prepares for the next time that you eat refined carbohydrates.
It prepares by
having lots of cholesterol on reserves to deal with
the certain increase in glucose
levels that are inevitably going to happen.
So if you eat refined carbohydrates often (daily) your
body prepares by keeping
lost of cholesterol on reserve to deal with this. This
is one of the biggest reasons
why so many people have high cholesterol levels. Your
body is smart, and it is
preparing for the inevitable of your blood glucose levels
going way up from eating
Like I said, your body is smart. It is a very quick
learner. If you quit eating food
that makes your blood sugar levels high, your body will
get rid of the excess of
cholesterol levels in your blood. That is why, often
with in weeks, your cholesterol
levels drop significantly, often 50 or 100 or more points,
when you quit eating
Now, the trick comes with, what is "refined carbohydrates".
carbohydrates are things that are mostly calories from
carbohydrates. And that
have been refined from how they are found in nature.
Great, what does that
mean? Things like breads, crackers, pastas, sugar (in
most forms), and grains
are often refined carbohydrates.
Why do refined carbohydrates raise my blood sugar levels
so much? Good
question. In the process of refining the carbohydrates,
they are taking away part
of the product. They are removing part of what comes
with the grain or plant as it
is found in nature. Now the funny part about the perfection
of nature. We and
the things in nature are perfectly designed for each
other. When we eat food
whole, as it is found in nature, it is almost never
ever bad for us. When we eat
grains and sugar cane, and sugar beets, as they are
in nature, whole, there is no
problem with how our body responds to them.
You see, all the nutrients that are needed to digest
a piece of fruit, are found in
the fruit. All the things needed to digest grains, are
found in whole grains, like in
nature. All the things needed to digest milk, are found
in whole raw milk. It is just
when we come along and change it by heating it, and
putting chemicals in it, and
making it "better" that problems occur.
See, fruit sugar is fine for the body. It does not really
cause an increase in your
blood sugar levels, as long as it is eaten with the
fruit it comes in. They refine
fruit sugar out of fruit, to use as sweeteners in some
products, and this refined
fruit sugar can cause problems as well. Because all
the stuff that comes naturally
with the sugar in the fruit, is now not there.
When they refine grains to make most breads, and pasta,
and crackers and stuff,
the part they take away is the part that keeps the grain
from increasing our blood
sugar levels. The part they remove to make white flour
is the part that helps keep
our blood sugar levels normal when eaten whole.
The way nature works is almost so perfect it is funny.
The co-enzymes and
minerals and vitamins that are needed to put calcium
in the bone, are always
found in the foods that contain calcium. If the food
is whole, as found in nature.
This is true with almost everything your body needs
to work together. If there is a
co-enzyme or mineral, or two or more things that are
needed to work together,
they are almost always found together in nature. It
is quite great how the body
and nature work like that.
Back to the refined carbohydrates. So when they take
part of the food away, it
leaves the food in a way that causes your blood sugar
levels to increase.
You quit eating those foods, and there is no need for
lots of cholesterol in the
body. So the body then lowers your cholesterol levels.
Now, to help you better understand what Not to eat,
and what you can eat. There
is a really simple way to do that as well. You ready.
Eat only the food on the outside of grocery stores,
except the bakery. What do I
mean by that? Well, if you walk into almost any grocery
store, what is around the
outside? Well on one side you usually have the fruits
and vegetables, fresh. On
the back, you usually have meets and seafood. You also
usually have Dairy and
eggs there as well. Those are the things you can eat
all you want of. And your
cholesterol will drop.
Now, if you are interested in your overall health as
well, I would strongly
recommend these products being organic as well. But
that is a whole other
report for your health.
Things like white bread, most pasta, and crackers are
Don't eat them. They cause your blood sugar levels to
go up, and also your
Now you might be thinking. Wait a minute; this is exactly
the opposite of what the
medical doctors and profession say about what you need
to do to lower your
cholesterol. So let me explain their theory. Which you
probably know, has not
lowered your cholesterol at all, by experience. If not,
ask around. Ask people
who have done what most medical doctors say, and see
how it worked for them.
You will be hard pressed to find one person who said
it worked to significantly
lower their cholesterol levels. Anyway, back to their
They look and see lots of cholesterol in the blood.
So they scratch their head and
say, well, don't eat so much cholesterol then. If you
eat less cholesterol, you will
not have as much in your blood. Now, on the surface,
it sounds good. But there
are two major flaws with their theory. The first one.
It doesn't work. Like I said
above, I dare you to try and find someone whose cholesterol
down by eating less cholesterol. You will be hard pressed
to find someone. Even
That brings in my favorite definition of insanity. Doing
the same thing over and
over, and expecting a different result. This is what
the medical profession has
been doing for Years. Telling people to do the same
thing, with out really getting
results, expecting to get different results. It just
doesn't work that way.
The Second flaw in their theory is this. The cholesterol
in your blood is not the
same cholesterol in the food you eat. You do not directly
absorb cholesterol into
your blood stream from the food you eat. Your body actually
has to break down
the cholesterol in the food you eat, and then absorb
the pieces of the cholesterol.
Then your body, if it wants to, has to re assemble the
pieces back into cholesterol
you find in your blood. And your body does not do this,
unless it needs the
cholesterol. Your body does not make cholesterol, unless
you need it.
And why would you need cholesterol, because you often
have high levels of
blood sugar levels. And that is mostly from the food
Let me give you an example. Eggs. Eggs contain a thing
called Lecithin. It helps
your body digest cholesterol and break it down. Yes,
the egg has something in it
that actually helps your body break down and recycle
cholesterol, including the
cholesterol in the egg itself. Just like I talked about
earlier, if you eat something
like it is found in nature, it comes with what it needs.
Just because you eat cholesterol, does not mean your
cholesterol levels go up. It
is like saying if you eat more fish, you will be more
fish like. If you eat more
pepperoni, you will be more pepperonish. It is silly.
Our body digests the food we
eat; it breaks it down to basic parts, and then absorbs
the parts. The body then
puts these basic building blocks together as human parts.
Not fish, or egg, or
cow parts, but human parts. Same goes for cholesterol.
The body breaks down
the animal and plant cholesterol into basic parts. And
then, if the body wants,
makes it into human cholesterol.
To safely, significantly lower your cholesterol level
with in weeks, quit eating
refined carbohydrates. It is that simple. And again,
don't take my word for it. Do
it yourself, and measure your cholesterol levels before
and after, and you will see
If you cut refined carbohydrates out completely, you
will notice the 50-100 point
drops with in weeks. If you still eat refined carbohydrates,
you will notice a
decrease, but not as quickly. And the amount your cholesterol
drops will be in
direct proportion to how much refined carbohydrates
you quit eating. The less
you eat, the more it will drop. It really is that simple.
There are actually three best selling books out there
right now that verify
everything I have said right here. Plus my book which
will be out shortly. The
three books are The South Beach Diet, The Atkins Diet
Revolution, and The No
Grain Diet by Dr. Mercola. All of these books will show
you, in much more detail,
how everything I said is what works. And again, I urge
you, do it for yourself.
See for yourself if what I say works for you. Because
if you do, I know it will.