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  • Mary Lee

    Reduce or eliminate foods high in animal fat such as meat, eggs, and dairy products and try a vegetarian diet which consists of at least six servings of whole grain foods, four servings of green leafy vegetables, two to three servings of fruit, two to four servings of legumes, and one serving of non-fat dairy products daily.

    Do regular exercise such as fast walking, jogging, swimming, bicycling and walking up stairs. A good option is aerobic exercise (20-30 minutes) at least three times a week.

    Some home remedies also help to reduce cholesterol such as:

    Eat one clove of fresh garlic every morning.

    Eat one apple daily.

    Drink a lemon or pomelo juice several times a day

    For more info, check these sites:
    http://www.nature-medicine.info/cholesterol.html
    http://www.homeremediesguide.com

  • Stephanie

    According to the commercials cheerios can.

  • cyberdoc

    You have to reduce total food intake to really affect cholesterol levels. But drugs like atorvastatin are real good.

  • gretch

    don’t listen to the people who tell you just to take a pill. you can do it with diet and exercise.

    eat plenty of veggies and fruit. eat fish or take fish oil supplements. drink a lot of water. eat whole grains (cheerios are whole grain). stay away from saturated and trans fatty acids. exercise 3-5 days a week.

  • Bob T

    eat less animal fat.

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