“Alligator Pear” ATTACKS “Bad” Cholesterol
High LDL or “bad” cholesterol is NO joke.
Sure it might just look like a number on a chart…
But the reality is that too much of this kind of cholesterol means it’s building up, thicker and thicker, in your heart along the walls of your arteries.
And if it gets thick enough, blood will have trouble getting through.
From there you’re a ticking bomb, because it’s only a matter of time before you’re struck down with a heart attack.
Now, your doc will try and load you up on all kinds of conventional medicines to try and lower your cholesterol.
But the reality is most of these have some pretty horrible, even scary side effects…
I have a feeling he hasn’t told you about the all-natural fruit nicknamed, “alligator pear” that ATTACKS bad cholesterol.
“Alligator pear,” which you’ll probably know better as avocado is a well-known source of healthy fats.
But researchers at Penn State University recently conducted a randomized, controlled feeding study, looking at the effects of this funky-looking fruit on bad cholesterol.
At the end of the study, they concluded that eating an avocado a day was linked to LOWER levels of bad cholesterol.
This bad, LDL, cholesterol is characterized by dense LDL particles that restrict and narrow the arteries.
But those that had a daily consumption of avocados had fewer of these dense LDL particles.
Leading to lower LDL cholesterol… and a lower chance of a heart attack.
So before you go popping pills, dice up some avocado, toss it on a salad or spread it on some toast for a heart-healthy snack.
You can even look up some recipes to find other tasty ways to incorporate it into your meals.