March 17, 2015

 

 

 

I add red pepper flakes to almost any meal.  I've been known to sprinkle it on fish dishes, pizza slices, and salad entrees because it's a surefire way to keep my cholesterol low. According to an August 2014 issue of "Women's World," one recent study confirmed that consuming just 1/4 tsp of capsaicin, the piping hot fire in the flakes, cut bad cholesterol ( LDL) in only two weeks. According to Dr. Zhena Yu Chen, the capsaicin in the red pepper flakes helps your liver break down excess fats and toxins.*

 

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January 13, 2015

Good news for the avocado lover! New research published in the Journal of American Heart Association (http://jaha.ahajournals.org/content/4/1/e001355) has found that eating an avocado a day as part of overall healthy diet in omega 3 fats, may help lower LDL, the bad cholesterol. Research also suggests that pairing the fruit with a juicy tomato helps reduce inflammation faster.  It is believed that the healthy fats in avocados help the body absorb more lycopene, the antioxidant responsible for giving vegetables and fruits their bright...

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