Keeping Cholesterol Heart-Friendly

Majid Ali, M.D.

Is healthy cholesterol bad for the heart. No, it isn’t! Is rancid (oxidized) cholesterol bad for the heart. Yes, it is.

How can cholesterol in the body be kept in its natural and un-rancid form? Here is a list of my top preferences for keeping cholesterol healthy and heart-friendly:

1. Dr. Ali’s Spicy Breakfasts

2. Self-compassion with language of silence

3. Healthy fats (eggs, butter, olive oil, avocado oil)

4. Healthy proteins (fish, cheeses)

5. Liver detox with lecithin and castor oil liver rubs

6. Salads and vegetables

7. Spices (turmeric, ginger, garlic, cayenne, onions, cinnamon, and others)

8. Restricting sugar and caffeine

Please read other articles in Dr. Ali’s Cholesterol Course

Simple Cholesterol Questions

When Cholesterol Drugs May Be Justified

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