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5 cholesterol-lowering teas

A great way to lower cholesterol is to drink teas with properties that help reduce blood cholesterol levels, such as artichoke tea or mate tea, for example, during the day.

However, these teas should be taken under the guidance of the doctor and should only complete the treatment for high cholesterol, which can be done with cholesterol drugs, physical exercise and the adoption of a diet guided by a nutritionist.

The 5 teas that help lower cholesterol include:

1. Artichoke tea

Artichokes have blood purifying properties and contain acids in their composition that reduce excess cholesterol in the blood, in addition to lowering blood pressure and preventing arteriosclerosis.

How to take it: add 2 tablespoons of dry artichoke leaves in 1 liter of boiling water, let it warm, strain and drink 2 to 3 cups of tea a day, before meals for 15 days.

Contraindications: bile duct obstruction, pregnancy and breastfeeding.

2. Dandelion tea

Dandelion helps to lower cholesterol levels in the blood, preventing the deposit of fats in the blood vessels.

How to take: add 30 g of dried dandelion leaves in 500 ml of boiling water and let stand for 10 minutes. Then strain and drink 2 to 3 cups of tea a day.

Contraindications:  uncontrolled hypertension, esophagitis or hiatus hernia.

3. Turmeric tea

Turmeric helps to lower blood cholesterol levels due to its antioxidant action.

How to take it: add 3 teaspoons of turmeric powder in 500 ml of boiling water and let it stand for about 10 minutes. After warming, drink up to 3 cups of tea a day between meals.

Contraindications: obstruction of the bile ducts due to gallstones and in patients taking anticoagulant drugs. In pregnancy or lactation should only be used under medical advice.

4. Mate tea

Yerba mate in addition to having antioxidant action, decreases the absorption of fat from food and prevents the absorption of cholesterol in the intestine, decreasing bad cholesterol.

How to take it: put 3 teaspoons of yerba mate in 500 ml of boiling water, let it warm, strain and drink up to 1 liter of tea a day.

Contraindications: anxiety, nervousness, insomnia and uncontrolled hypertension.

5. Green tea

Green tea has antioxidant properties and other compounds that help to lower bad blood cholesterol levels.

How to take: add 3 teaspoons of green tea in 500 ml of boiling water, let it warm, strain and drink up to 4 cups of tea a day outside of meals.

Contraindications: pregnancy, lactation, insomnia, gastritis, and high blood pressure.

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