. This helps neutralise free radicals and slash your risk of heart disease by stopping cholesterol from sticking to artery walls.This recipe appeared in the December 2011 edition of the magazine. Thanks to The Food Hospital by Lucy Jones, Dr Gio Miletto and Dr
boosted their cholesterol oxidisation by 20 per cent in another study. Thanks to pinkladyapples.co.uk for the recipe and photo which featured in our October 2011 edition.
Tuck into delicious falafel dumplings with added oats as a great lunch or post-training meal. Oats are a great source of fibre and eating them regularly can help to lower cholesterol. Not only that, they also help you to feel fuller for longer
. The pigment that gives beetroot its deep purple colour, betacyanin, is a particularly powerful antioxidant that can help lower your cholesterol and keep your heart healthy.Preparation time: 65 minutesServes: 8+250g plain cooked or vacuum packed beetroot
advice to limit your egg intake after researchers found that, unless you serve them dripping in cooking oil, eggs actually had next to no effect on blood cholesterol levels.Preparation time: 5 minutesServes: 2 200g fat-free Greek yoghurt 1 small garlic
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