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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Re: fish oil


I've read that cold pressed Flaxseed oil and organic tart cherry juice
helps cardiovascular, gout, muscle damage and arthritis, cholesterol. Other
remedies. Other suggested foods ginger, garlic, turmeric, almonds, walnuts,
apples, artichokes,

Guggul. Chromium is vital for cholesterol, fats and protein. Chromium
maintains stable blood sugar levels through proper insulin utilization and can
be helpful for people with diabetes and/or hypoglycemia. Take 400 mcg. a
day of chromium picolinate to improve HDL to LDL ratio. Lecithin: Lecithin in
the form of granules or capsules helps reduce cholesterol levels in the
blood by preventing fats from accumulating on the walls of the arteries, as
well as by dissolving the plaques already formed. Carnitine has been seen to
increase HDL levels, therefore decreasing total cholesterol levels. Grape
Seed Extract has been noted to reduce total cholesterol serum levels.
Pantothine has been seen to increase HDL levels, therefore decreasing total
cholesterol levels. Honey. Add 1 teaspoon honey to 1 cup hot water in the
morning, and you may rid your system of excess fat and cholesterol, according to
Ayurvedic medicine. Add 1 teaspoon lime juice or 10 drops cider vinegar to
give that drink a more powerful cholesterol-fighting punch. Jerusalem
artichoke works as a blood sugar stabilizer for people suffering from diabetes.
It has been suggested that eaten frequently it reduces the blood sugar
levels in diabetes. Jerusalem artichoke is a member of the sunflower family,
it produces edible tubers resembling gnarled potatoes. Inulin found in
Jerusalem artichoke include relief of constipation, lower blood glucose levels,
improved absorption of calcium, reduced...triglycerides and reduced LDL


Fiber foods and Mediterranean diet, reduce stress and exercise. For the
knee try a raw apple cider vinegar and water compress.


From: moki bear
> To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Friday, January 18, 2013 11:25 PM
> Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] fish oil
> Â
> I had started taking this because of high cholesterol. I am allergic to
the statins. when I take this supplement, I swell behind the right knee.
> what do you think could be going on that would cause the swelling there.
I dont think that it is allergic reaction as it is centralized to this one
spot. it will (what feels like) pooled with water so big and is so painful
that I can't walk on it . so needless to say I stopped taking but feel I
need something to help with the cholesterol. suggestions?

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