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One of these tips was of great interest to those of us who love tea.
From Everyday Health:
Research reviewing 20 studies, published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, found that sipping green tea reduces LDL by an average of 5.30 mg/dL, though the amount of green tea sipped varied widely from one study to the next. The secret ingredient in green tea to help lower your cholesterol? Antioxidants called catechins. One cup has between 50 and 100 mg of catechins. Get out your mug — across the studies, participants had between 3 and 10 cups a day.
You’ll definitely want to see the rest of the tips. Interestingly enough, there are many everyday things we can do that’ll help keep our cholesterol levels in a healthy range. Things that don’t involve medication… most of us are all for that! See Lower Your Cholesterol in Five Minutes or Less for more information.