Herbal Teas Australia CHOLESTEROL tea has been designed to help regulate cholesterol levels.
It was designed and formulated with the herbs Speedwell, Dandelion leaf, Fenugreek & Licorice root, which may help to break down fats and metabolise cholesterol.
But cholesterol is a very contentious issue and these days, doctors regularly prescribe statin drugs to reduce cholesterol levels and sometimes, just as a preventative.
Many people resist taking the drugs because of the side-effects and will look for alternatives, such as dietary changes and natural medicines in order to help regulate their cholesterol level.
I always recommend the book by Dr Sandra Cabot “The Real Truth, Choltsterol” for customers to learn about medications and their side effects and natural, drug-free ways to control their cholesterol, plus lots of other useful information.
The CHOLESTEROL herbal tea from Herbal Teas Australia is part of a broad context of foods and habits as it is not reasonable to expect that this tea alone, or any other tea for that matter, is the sole solution to a “cure”.
What is cholesterol and what does it do for the human body?
Cholesterol is a type of fat found in your blood. Your liver makes cholesterol for your body. You also can get cholesterol from the foods you eat like meat, fish, eggs, butter, cheese, and whole or low-fat milk.
All of the sex hormones are derived from cholesterol, as are all of the steroid hormones, which help us deal with stress, inflammation and injury.
If you deprive your body of the raw materials (cholesterol) which enables your body to make these important hormones you could be face some serious health issues.
Drinking a pot of the tea each day in addition to a healthy diet, which should include lots of fruit and vegetables, good fats and hydration, may help to maintain normal cholesterol levels in your body.
If your daily diet doesn’t provide your body with the right kind of fats, then your body will manufacture it’s own cholesterol.
For men, without cholesterol, their body cannot manufacture it’s own testosterone. Women must have cholesterol to enable them to produce the hormones needed for their reproductive cycle.
To avoid the “bad” fats, steer clear of all manufactured fats such as margarine (any type of margarine no matter what the advertisements say, even ones that are promoted as cholesterol-lowering), soy oil, corn oil and vegetable oil – all of these are chemicalised, oxidized products. Instead, include good fats like olive oil and coconut oil.
To find out more about how the CHOLESTEROL tea can help you, go to the testimonials page on the Herbal Teas Australia website and read what customers have to say about the Herbal Teas Australia CHOLESTEROL tea.