Foods To Lower Cholesterol by Owen Jones

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Foods to lower cholesterol

Foods To Lower Cholesterol

Hello and thank you for buying my ebook called ' Foods to Lower Cholesterol’.

I hope that you will find the information helpful, useful and profitable.

The information in this ebook on cholesterol and related subjects is organized into 17 chapters of about 500-600 words each.

This very popular self-help/how to manual on 'Foods to Lower Cholesterol'? A high level of Cholesterol is one of the most prolific causes of ill health in the world at the moment, and this manual should be seen as an insight into the possibility of correcting the problem through diet. Food for thought, you might say :-)

It will help you set understand and manage your cholesterol levels, and it may even help you stay off tablets. 

As an added bonus, I am granting you permission to use the content on your own website or in your own blogs and newsletter, although it is better if you rewrite them in your own words first.

You may also split the book up and resell the articles. In fact, the only right that you do not have is to resell or give away the book as it was delivered to you.

Genre: COOKING / Health & Healing / Low Cholesterol

Secondary Genre: COOKING / Health & Healing / Low Fat

Language: English

Keywords: cholesterol, healthy diet, lowering cholesterol, cholesterol food, healthy eating, cholesterol dieting, oil in the blood

Word Count: 10,000

Sales info:

This member of the 'How to...' family sells well, but I tend to concentrate on my novels. It needs more promotion.

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250,000 pageviews to my blog

120,00 Twitter followers

2,500 LinkedIn followers

and 2,500 Facebook followers to help promote it.

Sample text:

Diet to Lower Triglyceride and Cholesterol

Whenever someone takes a cholesterol blood test, there will usually be four numbers returned which refer to the levels of LDL (bad cholesterol), HDL (good cholesterol), triglycerides and absolute cholesterol. The GP will be looking to see if any of these statistics is significantly above the norm for your age and sex.

If they are too high, then the doctor will make one of two recommendations. First of all, the physician should recommend lifestyle alterations but if these do not succeed then it is a lifetime of medication. Some individuals have cholesterol problems for genetic reasons and for these people, medication might be the only answer.

The most common lifestyle alterations that are normally recommended are dietary alterations and exercise. If your readings are especially high, you may have to take severe measures to lower your cholesterol levels quickly.

Unfortunately, once people start taking anti-cholesterol tablets, they rarely come off them, so it is better to try other ways first of all. The predominant ways are reducing dietary saturated fat and raising the degree of exercise significantly.

Most individuals have an notion what cholesterol is and that it has two facets, but not many individuals know what triglycerides are. Triglyceride is also a sort of fat and if it is in profusion, it is a frequent indication that cholesterol is high as well, which means that it is an indicator of possible future heart disease.


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