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Cholesterol Treatment 101

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Learn how to manage cholesterol levels in this video with Joe Graedon.
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I was given a home remedy of 1 can ea. frozen grape juice & apple juice, 1 cup cider vinegar & 6 cups water. Have you heard of this before and has any one had results from using it?

You know my old lady has been giving these things to me, and here I am trying to find some thing that can help me and have been drinking or eating it all along... bs

This was very interesting information and I will try this since I cannot tolerate statins. The adverse affects of statins leave me with severe headaches, muscle aches and joint pain as well as insomnia. After trying the red yeast rice, walnuts, dark chocolate, I will let you know how it goes. Thank you for your expertise.

cinnamon-original study was from India. It found 500mg/d was useful. This is about 1/8 tsp. of bulk from the local Coop. However, food in India may already have more such spices than our normal diet, so a bland diet may benefit from a higher level of supplement.

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