Tame High Cholesterol with a Vegetarian Diet

Seasoned Women know that high cholesterol can be a troublesome problem.  It is also a  dangerous one.  This condition clogs your arteries making you feel easily tired. Whether you feel any differently or not, you doubt know that the biggest risk associated with high cholesterol is heart disease.

If you are serious about reducing your cholesterol intake as well as the cholesterol already in your body, consider a vegetarian diet. Always ask your doctor before changing your diet.  She will be the best source for advice about your own situation. While you are investigating the best remedies for your condition, consider the possibilities within a vegetarian diet to help you tame you high cholesterol.

Reducing Cholesterol Naturally
By choosing a vegetarian diet you will naturally have a lower intake of cholesterol. Meats and other animal products are very high in cholesterol. By avoiding red meats especially you will be avoiding a major source of cholesterol. Even higher on the list of foods to avoid are the meats that are mixed with high amounts of saturated fats. Sausages, pepperoni and bacon are all bad for your cardiovascular health. Eggs and cheeses are also prime culprits for carrying cholesterol into your arteries.

You still need to ensure sufficient protein intake, but taking out the high risk proteins will have you on your way to healthier cholesterol levels. While you are reducing the amounts of edible cholesterol in your vegetarian diet, you will also be eating foods that are better for other parts of your body as well.

The Better Way to Eat
The right foods to eat will be easy to fit into a vegetarian diet. You can actually reduce your cholesterol levels by eating more of the right foods. A vegetarian diet does not mean you will have to eat less food. It just means eating different foods. Whole grains are excellent source of good nutrition for seasoned heart health. These include steel cut oats, quinoa and wild rice. You can also benefit by eating beans which are high in fiber and nutrients.  Combine whole grain foods with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Raw spinach comes pre-washed and ready to eat in conveniently sized salad bags (although it is always best to wash your foods before eating).  If you need some dressing on your salad, top it with fresh strawberries and a little bit of balsamic vinegar. The combination is delicious and good for you. Speaking again of protein, there are lots of healthy options on a vegetarian diet. Look for raw nuts and seeds to add to your menu. These foods are filling, nutritious and low in cholesterol.

High cholesterol can be a serious health problem for seasoned women.  If yours is too high, medication might be recommended by your doctor.  But eating a vegetarian diet could be the way to bring your levels into a safe area and avoid medications.  Vegetarian foods will make you feel better and actually be better all while eating great foods.


Eating raw, whole foods can quickly make a difference in your life and you don’t even have to go 100% raw to get the benefits. In fact, by simply replacing some cooked foods in your diet with more raw foods you can start feeling better very quickly

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