HOW DO I REMOVE CHOLESTEROL FROM MY BLOOD STREAM
How do I remove cholesterol from my bloodstream? That age old question often haunts us. What are the best foods to aide in the removal of cholesterol in your blood stream?
Let’s begin with, did you know that plaque/cholesterol lives in your blood stream? It does. It is this plaque which can travel and become lodged in an artery or adhere to the sides of a rigid arterial wall. Don’t let these things happen to you.
Keep your arterial walls pliable and your blood stream clear.
One way to keep your blood stream clear from plaque is to eat a ‘soluble fiber’. This type of fiber, pulls the plaque/cholesterol from your blood and removes it via your intestines and digestion process.
What a system. A system that is already in place, you just need to know how to make it work.
Our bodies are a finely tuned machine. We take them for grated when we are youthful, and as we age and notice change, we become more involved in their inner-workings. Like a Monday morning quarterback, we cannot redo the plays, but we can try to rescue, rebuild, respect our inner-workings.
It is never too late to try to gain health. Many problems can be lessened, with the right knowledge.
With the knowledge to answer, how do I remove cholesterol from my bloodstream, comes an understanding of food and how it plays a hero to removing cholesterol from the bloodstream. Upon digestion of the fiber travel in your bloodstream and when it picks up the plaque along its path, it carries it out through your digestive system as waste, before it can be absorbed.
EAT SOLUBLE FIBER
The fiber, the ‘soluble fiber’ as opposed to ‘insoluble fiber’, which is also healthy, but in a different way, can be found in black beans, garbanzo beans/chic peas, oats, avocados, carrots (also great for lung health) nectarines, orange juice and other foods and supplements. It is realistically, the highest in black beans, with respect to eating a cup to gain close to the proper daily gram intake.
Be certain to eat the recommended intake of 6-8 grams of soluble fiber per day.
Here is a soluble calculator!