A Cool Trick To Lower Cholesterol Level Naturally (No Pills)

A Cool Trick To Lower Cholesterol Level Naturally (No Pills)

Hello What if there was a cool trick that you could turn on, at will and use it to lower your body’s cholesterol levels? naturally If I told you about it, would you be interested? Of course you would. Well, that’s what’s coming up shortly. Stay tuned I’ll see in a couple of seconds Now for today’s 20/20 idea to better health. Please welcome on stage, Dr. Joe Welcome back. I’m Dr Joe of TheDrJoe.com Now if this is your first time on this channel Can I extend a warm welcome to you. This is your home or 20/20 ideas to better health So if you haven’t subscribed yet, please do subscribe. And also please do not forget to click on the ‘Notification bell’ because That’s how you get notified of future videos that I make. One of the things I like to do on this channel is to provide You with soft health education because I believe that if you understand your body very well It will enable you to take control of your health. This video is along those lines This video is about a particular Strategy that you can turn on at will and it will help you to lower your body’s cholesterol levels In fact, this video is a prelude to the next video that I’m going to make The next video is going to be bad a specific but this video is about a strategy Now to round up, I’m going to provide you with some take-home messages that will consolidate what you’re going to learn in this video now What trick am I talking about? Well, let’s get started So the trick is all about a biological circular movement of cholesterol This happens in our body naturally anyway So what we’re gonna do is that we’re gonna interrupt that circular movement and lead the cholesterol out of our body naturally We’re not going to use any pills Okay If we lead the cholesterol out of our body, we lower our blood levels of cholesterol effortlessly You don’t need to do a lot Ok, so that’s why this is a very neat trick. Now, this circular movement is called enterohepatic circulation Don’t panic. I know that’s a big word, but I’m just gonna explain it to you right now Entero means bowel Hepatic means liver. So it’s about bowel-liver circulation Okay, so here is how it works. The liver Dumps cholesterol into our bowel through bile. A digestive process takes place in the bowel using the dumped cholesterol in the bile The cholesterol gets reabsorbed back into the liver from the bowel So the same process happens all over again the next time you eat the liver dumps the cholesterol into the bowel and then of course the Cholesterol gets reabsorbed back into the liver. So that is the bowel-liver circulation So let me just explain the process again in detail. When we eat, the food gets digested Nutrients get absorbed. The body uses the digestion process to also correct biochemical mishaps. Okay, and one of these mishaps is excess cholesterol So the liver bumps the excess cholesterol into the bowel through the bile So we’re going to take advantage of this dumping exercise to reduce Cholesterol levels, but we are only gonna succeed in doing this, if we are smart bile with the excess cholesterol mixes with the food and Of course, the digested food travels with a cholesterol along that gut very nicely. So, here is how the process actually happens. That’s the liver there and that is the gallbladder And that’s a stream of bile flowing straight through from the gallbladder into the bowel Usually the liver makes bile Using the cholesterol that we have (the excess cholesterol) makes the bile. Stores it in the gallbladder and when we eat; the gallbladder contracts releases the bile straight through to the bowel. Our Gut is like a river food flows through it like water in a river and In this context, the Transit Time Which means how long it takes for the food to flow through is very important If the river flow is smooth and regular, you lose a lot of the dumped cholesterol we’re talking about with your effluent and this happens effortlessly You don’t have to do a lot on your part It’s a bit like this river here. As you can see there the water is flowing through the river quite smoothly and that is how you want your Gut to perform and This is how you want it to be in real life you want the peristaltic waves to move the food along your bowel very nicely as you can see there. On the other hand, if the river flow is Stagnated then a lot of the dumped cholesterol gets reabsorbed back into the liver. If you remember we started this conversation With bowel-liver circulation and the longer the transit time The more of the dumped cholesterol that gets reabsorbed back into the liver We want to avoid that. So, it’s a bit like that river. As you can see there There’s not much of activity going on there. The river is more or less stagnant and In real life This is what happens Not much movement Okay, that is not good. That encourages more re-absorption of the dumped cholesterol So what does this mean? Well, it means we can take advantage of this biological function and Apply a unique principle. And what’s that principle? Well, the principle is that; we eat foods that (A) make us regular and (B) foods that attract and bind the Dumped cholesterol into the substance of the food and run away with it like” a thief in the night”. Okay. That’s the principle Foods that make us regular and foods that attract and bind the dumped cholesterol and that stops the reabsorption of the cholesterol back into the circulation straight to the liver So, how do you achieve this? Well you achieve this by a simple method of eating foods that are high in soluble fiber That’s it, you know foods that are high in soluble fiber. Now, let me explain so here’s that works: when you eat a food like a burger. The burger travels down the esophagus to your stomach. Digestion process begins and Upon this digestion, the cholesterol is released, absorbed into your circulation as you can see there but when you eat soluble fiber it travels down and the digestion process takes place as you can see there and then this soluble fiber begins to mop up the Cholesterol. All that yellow stuff you’re seeing there is cholesterol. Mops it all takes it all along the small intestine to the large intestine and That’s to the large bowel there, straight through and you expel it. So here are a few take home messages for you The first one is that; if we interrupt the liver-bowel circulation by eating smartly We will lower our LDL cholesterol. If you remember, the good cholesterol, which is HDL cholesterol actually Moves the bad cholesterol from our arteries, takes it to the liver and the liver makes bile with it. The liver pushes the bile into our bowel and if we eat soluble fiber foods Then the soluble fiber food is just going to bind the LDL cholesterol, and then we expel it. So that’s the first take-home message second take-home message is that constipation is bad news for cholesterol control. The reason for this is The transit time when you are constipated is much longer. That means there is more time for the cholesterol to get reabsorbed back into Circulation straight into the liver as well. So we don’t want that. You don’t want constipation That’s why the regularity is very important and that’s where soluble fiber also helps as well. Soluble fiber is our princely tool That’s the 3rd message. That’s because the soluble fiber Performs the two functions we’re talking about. It makes us regular (A) and (B) It actually attracts and binds the LDL cholesterol that we’re trying to get rid of. So, this is how the process works you know, it’s very smart and We can take advantage of it and use it to actually lower LDL cholesterol Right now that you know about this strategy, the next video is going to make a lot more sense to you The next video is going to be about a specific food that has been scientifically tested And it’s been shown to actually lower your LDL cholesterol, your bad cholesterol levels And I’ll be publishing that video, hopefully in the next couple of days Now if you got some value from this video as usual give it a ‘Thumbs-up’ And then share the video with a friend, family member or a colleague If you haven’t subscribed yet, please do subscribe You got any comments to make, make your comments down below. I think that’s about it. Until next time, well, this is Dr Joe signing out

43 Replies to “A Cool Trick To Lower Cholesterol Level Naturally (No Pills)”

  1. Thank u Dr.great videoπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹β€πŸ’š

  2. Your video was spot-on about the necessity of consuming soluble fiber. Makes a huge difference in transit time of food and the awesome ability to bind the excess cholesterol!!
    And you make it easy for the average person to understand it!Thanks!πŸ˜‰

  3. Brilliant video.loved it.on the side-it was great to see a male devour a burger & a female processing all the after activity.'cool trick' to get rid of the bads without doing anything.anyway,very important video.waiting for next episode.thanks doc Joe.

  4. Thanks Dr for your video. I take a lot of green leafy vegetables and fruits to control my cholesterol. I hate taking the pills. Looking forward to the next video

  5. Doc.Joe, watching from Philippines.. My cholesterol 5.88 and my V LDL 0.79 .. Is there a different? please, advise..Thank you and God bless..

  6. That was new info for me! Liver bowel connection.
    I’m pre-diabetic.. so I have very limited fruit/ or high carb food intake, which can mean, low fiber intake..hmmmm help
    Loving your program! Appreciate it. Thanks

  7. Great info as always Doctor. I needed this. Having high cholesterol issues now and not wanting to go on any pills. Thank you.

  8. Doctor Joe, firstly i am from a country in the the Pacific. Iam your big fan now. Thank you so much for your videos it helped me alot.

  9. I get the concept, so how often should I expect the bowl movement to have a body with low LDL?
    Also, isn't bile secreted only when necessary for fat metabolism? That means very little secretion in my case due to low fat diet of WFPBD

  10. May I ask what is the best sleeping position with someone with high BP? I have heard conflicting things on whether to sleep on the left or right side. Thank you so much!

  11. Hi dr. Joe, can you please help me to lower my blood pressure with out medication. I'm so tired of taking pills and it's affecting my kidneys…please help your sister. Thanks 🀝

  12. Dr. Joe I'm on a pill already… How long can I see a difference on my labs after I start with the fiber on my regular diet ? Thank you again for your great info. πŸ™πŸ½πŸŒΊ

  13. I think I know the food Dr. Joe is gonna tell us it starts with a P. This is another informative video the diagrams gives a good understanding of how cholest. Moves in our bowel

  14. My uncle's doctor advised him to include casava products in his diets. He was diagnosed as diabetic since 1999 and he's just fine!.Now I do the same especially as Nigerian foods are now very easy to get in England. And that plus daily fruits intake keeps reliably regular. Does it sound right to you, our good doctor sir?

  15. I like your eady to understand explanations. This is going to help. Coukd you sldo explain fibre food? I see fibre orvthreats in pineapple and ginger but not in apples.cpuld ypu help explain this

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