Research Finds Popular Nut Reduces Cholesterol Better Than Statins!

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Patients with high cholesterol levels are often prescribed with statins, but apparently, these drugs cause numerous adverse effects, such as memory loss, muscle pain, liver damage, digestive problems, and confusion.

Due to this, researchers have recently found a safer and more natural way to lower cholesterol levels, which causes no side-effects.

Ten men and women received a single meal containing zero, one, four or eight Brazil nuts, and a single serving of these nuts immediately improved the cholesterol levels, while after 9 hours, these levels were significantly reduced.

On the other hand, statins need 4 hours to provide a significant effect.

After a month, researchers measured the cholesterol levels of participants, and they found that the cholesterol levels were still lower, even 30 days after the consumption of a single serving of Brazil nuts!

This finding was extremely surprising. Furthermore, they also found that 4 nuts worked faster than 8 nuts in boosting good cholesterol and lowering bad cholesterol, so just 4 Brazil nuts are enough to improve LDL and HDL levels for up to 30 days.

Brazil nuts are rich in selenium, so 4 nuts daily might be too much, but 4 nuts a month, might be the adequate dosage to regulate cholesterol levels even more effectively than statins.

The following video will provide additional information on the consumption of Brazil nuts in the treatment of high cholesterol levels:

Other included sources linked in David Wolfe’s article:
Expand Your Consciousness
Mayo Clinic
Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism

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