Cholesterol and Liver Detox | Natural Health Blog

Date: 10/10/2006    Written by: Jon Barron

Naturally Manage Cholesterol Levels

Question:

On my recent blood test, the lipoprotein(a) level of 58 was in the "At Risk" column. It should be less than 30. My HDL is 102; LDL is 141; total cholesterol 253. Any suggestions to get that 58 down?

Answer:

For obvious legal reasons, I cannot diagnose or prescribe for specific medical conditions -- merely provide information. With that in mind...

You might want to read Lessons from the Miracle Doctors. It's almost a specific course in getting heart problems under control. You can download a free copy at www.jonbarron.org.

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And most important of all, since your liver is actually a dominant factor in your cholesterol and triglyceride levels, you might want to consider doing a liver detox. For information about liver detoxing, check out the Detox Program homepage.

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Comments

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    Submitted by Cori on
    April 7, 2009 - 4:01am

    Thanks for all the info Jon; I am halfway through the extended version of your book and loving it even more than the first! Question: how long after a liver detox should I wait to get my blood tested? I would like to get a Comprehensive Metabolic Panel, but I'm not sure how the liver detox will affect the results (I'm on Day 2). Thanks!

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    Submitted by Jon Barron on
    April 7, 2009 - 11:59am

    Cori:
    The closer to the detox you do the metabolic panel, the better your numbers are likely to be. Give it two days of normal but clean eating.
    PS: Feel free to go to Amazon.com after you finish the book to write a review of Jon's book.

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    Submitted by Rob on
    January 30, 2009 - 1:01pm

    I think we may be in agreement. Personally, I think this whole thing is the biggest medical scam of the ages. In all honesty, I think anyone who has taken the time to look at the actual statistics regarding these cholesterol studies would realize that it's a big hoax.. Unfortunate, but true.

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