If your doctor told you that you have 3 months to get your cholesterol back to normal before he or she put on your medication, here is what you can do to lower your cholesterol, and get fast result: take oat grain, add water put it in the fridge, let it stay overnight, eat the oatmeal the way it is in the morning, then repeat every morning.
What’s in the oat?
Searchers from Harvard University discovered Oats, formally named Avena sativa, is a type of cereal grain from the Poaceae grass family of plants. The grain refers specifically to the edible seeds of oat grass, which is what ends up in our breakfast bowls. Whether loved or hated for their mushy yet hearty texture when cooked, oats are most prized for their nutritional value and health benefits. The Food and Drug Administration allows the use of a health claim on food labels associating with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease with the consumption of beta-glucan soluble fiber from whole grain oats. Oatmeal is also a desired asset to those trying to lose weight and control hunger levels due to its high water and soluble fiber content.
Other key elements to help you fight cholesterol are to change your diet: eat beans, fruit, vegetables, whole grains, salmon, berries and plant proteins.