LDL (Low-density lipoprotein), the bad cholesterol, accumulates in the blood vessels walls, and cause blockages of the arteries, widely known as atherosclerosis. There is a greater risk for a heart attack if you

have higher LDL levels, from an unexpected blood clot in an artery pressed by atherosclerosis.

If you have high LDL cholesterol, consume this powerful drink and you will notice great results, it will reduce it significantly, and there will be less chance for heart attack. Additionally, it will detoxify your body and improve the circulation.

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Parsley is the main ingredient of this folk remedy. It contains 2 groups of elements vital for your health – natural essential oils and flavonoids, it is rich in vitamins A, C and K, and so you should increase the consumption of parsley, especially in case of flu and colds. Also, parsley has ability to remove harmful substances from your body and improve circulation.

The combination of parsley with lemon, water and a little baking soda, gives an incredible drink that lower the bad cholesterol in your blood.

Ingredients:

-5l water
-3 bunches of parsley
-1kg organic lemon
-baking soda

Preparation:

-Wash the lemons well using baking soda.
-Boil the water and leave it to cool.
-Chop the lemon in slices.
-Chop the parsley finely and add in water (when the water gets cool).
-Cover and leave in the fridge for 1 day.
-After 1 day, mix all together and pour into a bottle or a glass jar.

The recommended dose is 100ml per day. You will notice great results, the bad cholesterol levels will drop down!

source: http://naturalandhealthlife.com/miraculous-drink-that-cuts-down-bad-cholesterol-in-the-blood/

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LDL (Low-density lipoprotein), the bad cholesterol, accumulates in the blood vessels walls, and cause blockages of the arteries, widely known as atherosclerosis. There is a greater risk for a heart attack if you have higher LDL levels, from an unexpected blood clot in an artery pressed by atherosclerosis. If you...