High cholesterol means that fatty deposits are developed in your blood vessels and for this reason its difficult for the blood to flow through the arteries.
This means that your heart isn’t getting much blood and this can increase the risk of a heart attack and stroke. High cholesterol is often the result of an unhealthy lifestyle or it can be inherited. And fortunately, it is preventable and treatable.
The best medications for high cholesterol are a healthy diet and regular exercises.
Nowadays, the number of people who suffer from high cholesterol is getting higher. That’s why it is important to learn how to prevent these issues.
When the arteries harden & narrow with cholesterol plaque and calcium the heart has to pump blood harder through them. As a result, blood pressure rises causing hypertension.
Fortunately, there is a natural remedy which can treat high cholesterol & hypertension plus reduce the damage caused by drugs commonly used to treat these epidemic diseases as often called by experts.
Natural Remedy for Cholesterol and Hypertension
-A cup of lemon juice
-A clove of grated garlic
-A small piece of grated ginger
-A small spoonful of organic bee honey
-1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar
In a blender, mix all the ingredients in a blender until it forms a homogeneous mixture, then store it in the refrigerator for 5 days.
Take one tablespoon of this mixture twice daily, before breakfast, and before dinner.
You may notice improvements in a few days
This natural remedy will help you stop taking the harmful drugs and despite that, it offers other health benefits, such as:
-Provides high amounts of vitamins and nutrients
-Boost the immune system
-Prevent viral disease
-Helps you to prevent and fight cancer
-Energizes and revitalizes the body
In addition to using this natural remedy, make sure you live a healthy life, with a balanced and healthy diet, and much more physical exercise.
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