Cholesterol and Liver Detox | Natural Health Blog

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

Naturally Manage Cholesterol Levels


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?


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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!

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

    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 after you finish the book to write a review of Jon's book.

    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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