i have some build up in my veins and was wondering if taking soy lecithin would help to lower it.
Soya Lecithin - what is soy lecithin used primarily for?
Added 18 Nov 2009:
i underwent a cath test,where the doctor discovered i had one vein clogged at 50% & another one at 30%, doctor prescribed simvastatin 20mg and diet, what other natural ways can i follow to get rid of this plaque build up, would soy lecithin help?, is there other ways, please respond, thank you.
There are steps that everyone can take to improve their cholesterol levels, and help prevent heart disease and heart attack. Here are the most important ones:
Eat a heart-healthy diet with plenty of fiber-rich fruits and vegetables. Avoid saturated fats (found mostly in animal products) and trans-fatty acids (found in fast foods and commercially baked products). Instead, choose unsaturated fats
Exercise regularly to help raise your HDL ("good" cholesterol)
Get periodic health checkups and cholesterol screenings
Lose weight if you are overweight
Soya lecithin has been used in the treatment and/or prevention of high cholesterol levels. It has not been evaluated by the FDA for safety, effectiveness, or purity.
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