🔬Harvard Study Reveals 4 Foods That Lower Your Cholesterol By 17% – by Dr Sam Robbins
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Hi, it’s Dr Sam Robbins, Today I’m going to reveal four main foods
that are clinically proven in multiple clinical studies, including a Harvard study1… to
improve your heart health. Which resulted in a decrease of “bad”
LDL cholesterol by 17% Additional Improvements were seen in a
lowering of triglycerides (which are the most common fat types in the human body),
blood pressure and C-reactive protein (which is a marker
of inflammation). This was examined in both randomized and non-randomized
controlled trials, so they took into account multiple variables. In fact, these four foods are so effective
that several government organizations have recognized and are utilizing the benefits
of this specific diet which includes these foods. And the best type of diet which includes these
4 food types are “plant based” diets. However, if you don’t want to go 100% plant
based, that’s fine… You can still reap the benefits by simply
adding in these 4 foods types into your current diet. The 4 Food Types For Improving Heart Health NUTS
Healthy fats in nuts are very healthy, and I think almonds, macadamia and walnuts are
best. Ideally you would soak them in water for 8
hours before eating, to improve digestion Plant Proteins
This was from plant proteins obtained either from soy-based foods such as tofu, soy milk,
or other soy-based meat substitutes. As you may know from previous videos, I’m
not a fan of soy because it lowers thyroid and testosterone, while increasing estrogens. A better source of plant proteins would be
from beans, peas, chickpeas or lentils. Remember that you can also have these plant
proteins in powder form – such as pea and rice protein. Fiber
The study used primarily soluble fiber, such as “oats, barley, psyllium, eggplant, okra,
apples, oranges, and berries”. Plant Sterols Certain foods containing plant sterols, can
also help lower “bad”, LDL cholesterol. These are “cholesterol-like” compounds
that can be found in certain fruits, vegetables, nuts and cereals. Unfortunately, you’ll have to eat a LOT
of these foods to see any positive benefits. However, an easier and more effective method
is to simply take supplements containing a combination of BOTH Plant Sterols and Plant
Stanols…. Which can help lower cholesterol by 10% to
14%.2 3 Additional Foods Numerous studies have also shown that 3 additional
foods are also very beneficial. Primarily when take in a supplemental “extract”
form, which is far more concentrated and effective than the food source: Policosanol2 – which is a natural supplement
derived from sugarcane. Artichoke Leaf Extract3 – which has numerous
studies going back to the early 1930’s Red Yeast Rice Extract5,6 – which has been
safely used in China for over 2000 years My Parents & Their Results What’s interesting is that in 1998 I used
a modified version of this diet with my parents to help lower their cholesterol. This is because I wanted to get them off of
the statin cholesterol lowering drugs, which had a lot of negative side-effects The results were were good, but not enough. But, we needed more benefits and that’s
when I added in the 3 herbal supplements I mentioned earlier, in addition to a couple
more and then they saw a major improvement in only 30 days. And you can get the details of what they used
and how they did it by clicking the special link below, in the description area. Summary Plant based diets have numerous health benefits,
especially for your heart. However, if you don’t want to go 100% plant
based, that’s fine. Just make sure diet also contains some
Nuts Plant Based Proteins
Fiber Plant Sterols Additional benefits can be seen even faster,
when adding in Policosanol
Artichoke Leaf Extract Red Yeast Rice Extract And as a reminder, you can see exactly how
my parent’s used this same formula to lower their cholesterol in just 30 days – naturally
and I got them OFF of the harmful medications as well. So that’s it for today. I hope this video gave you more clarity. If you found it helpful, please give it a
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15 thoughts on “🔬Harvard Study Reveals 4 Foods That Lower Your Cholesterol By 17% – by Dr Sam Robbins

  1. Wow I love the way you always help your parents with these problems, so you have a real example of what can happen if you follow the diet they used. Thanks 👍😁

  2. Humans are made for plants, ONLY, not for animals.
    See your algorithm of teeth, it is different from dog's or tiger's.

  3. Love this video! Just a word of warning. I took the Red Rice Yeast capsules. After 4 months I started having some nerve tingling and numbness in my fingers and feet. After researching I discovered it is a side effect of this product in some people. Maybe I was taking too much.

  4. Hello dr.sam, was requesting if you could make a video about CBD Cannabidiol. I just dont seem to get the difference between that and THC. Thank u

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