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How To Control Colostral Using Home Remedies

Published at 03/22/2012 14:40:33


What is Cholesterol?

Cholesterol is a Greek word that contains “chole” or bile and “stereos” meaning stiff or solid. Cholesterol is a yellowish fatty substance produced by our liver although it is crucial for our body function and essential for life, it is commonly known as the main villain behind common heart attacks. Colostral is a waxy steroid that exists in the outer cells of every living body even in the plants and fungi in small amount. Although most of the cholesterol is produced by the liver, we receive 20% to 30% from the food we eat. It is found in combination with certain Lipoproteins or fats.
There are two main types of cholesterol in our body—(a) Good cholesterol or High Density Lipoproteins (HDL) and (b) Bad Colostral or Low Density Lipoproteins (LDL). The HDL plays a useful role by removing the fats from our circulation. The cholesterol is measured milligrams/ 100 mm of blood. The different levels of this colostral in our body and their significances are mentioned here:
LDL: 100 to 129 Optimal; 130 to 159 border line and high; 160 above high and risky
HDL: Below 40 Highly risky; 60 and above Optimal and preferred.
Total Cholesterol (LDL + HDL) should be within 200, when it goes beyond 240, becomes risky.

Step 1

Home Remedies to Control Cholesterol

Sunflower seeds are very effective in reducing the proportion of high and bad colostral in our body. These seeds contain Linoleic acid that helps to eliminate the fat deposits on the arterial walls. Solid fats like cream and butters can be substituted by sunflower seeds.

Step 2

Coriander seeds have excellent diuretic properties to stimulate the kidney to clean up the excess colostral contents from our body. Boil two tablespoons of these seeds in a glass of water, strain the liquid and drink when it is cold. Repeat this process twice a day.

Step 3

Lecithin although is a fatty acid but beneficial to reduce colostral in our body, it breaks up the cholesterol in small pieces that the body can manage. It is abundantly available in soybeans, vegetable oils, Egg yolk, unpasteurized milk and vegetable oils.

Step 4

Vitamin B6, Inositol, Choline, Vitamin E found in butter, soybean oils, sunflower seeds, sprouted grains and seeds also effective in reducing level of blood colostral

Vitamin E if taken 400 IU or international units daily can reduce bad LDL and keep the HDL at a satisfactory level.

Step 5

Vitamin C helps the HDL or good colostral to remain in a reasonable level.

Take seven cloves of raw garlic every day. If you do not like the odor of raw garlic take odorless pill or capsule instead.
Grapefruit is very helpful to keep the LDL low at acceptable level. Take at least ½ sections a day. The grape fruits contain ‘pectin’ that can reduce your LDL by 7% in 60 days if you take it at the prescribed dosage.


Beans are also very effective to bring down your colostral at an accepted level. Beans include soybeans, navy beans, lima beans and Kidney beans – they all contain "pectin", if you take 1 ½ cups of beans daily you can keep your cholesterol under control by a reduction upto 22% in 60 days.