How To Lower High Cholesterol Levels with a Juicing Diet

by Dr. Stephen Sinatra
Filed Under: Heart Health, Cholesterol
Last Reviewed 03/26/2014

How To Lower High Cholesterol Levels with a Juicing Diet

It’s a fact that a high-fiber diet, like my Pan-Asian Mediterranean (PAM) diet, will help lower your cholesterol levels. If you have a hard time eating enough whole fruits and vegetables to meet your daily fiber quota (at least 30 grams),  a juicing diet is a good solution to consider. Juiced fruits and veggies are a great source of fiber.

My Favorite Cholesterol-Lowering Juice Diet Recipe:

  • One-third of a bag of spinach

  • One-half of a bunch of parsley

  • 4 to 6 carrots

  • One-half inch of ginger root

  • One garlic clove

  • One apple or half of a red beet

When my patients drink this tasty juice daily, their cholesterol levels come tumbling down. One person lowered his cholesterol over a four-week period from 300 mg/dL to 190 mg/dL with this concoction alone.

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