How to Lower Cholesterol Naturally

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Lowering cholesterol naturally is possible by decreasing red meat intake and increasing the intake of fiber-rich foods. Learn to lower your cholesterol with help from a registered dietitian in this free video on healthy living.

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I'm Barb Mahlmeister, and I'm a registered dietitian here in Tampa, Florida. If you are wondering how to lower your cholesterol naturally, you can do that by several aspects. One of the things that you want to do is decrease, or cut your red meat intake and your overall meat intake. Increase your fiber intake, beans, legumes, fresh vegetables, frozen vegetables, fruit and whole grains. We have the amount of cholesterol that we need in our body to begin with. Any meat or dairy products that you add into your diet will provide extra cholesterol. You want to know this so that you can actually pay attention to how much extra cholesterol that you're eating. You want to increase your fiber intake. You want to increase your water intake and decrease your red meat and your meat intake to lower your cholesterol as well as dairy products. For further information, please visit my website at naturalchoicenutrition.com.

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