The Bible Cure for High Cholesterol

Narrated by: Greg Wheatley
Series: Bible Cure
Length: 1 hr and 13 mins
2.4 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Don't let a diagnosis of high cholesterol scare you. This easy-to-understand book uncovers a dynamically unique strategy for gaining control and living in vibrant, divine health naturally. Reclaim God's very best for you and get ready to win! You will:

  • Identify cholesterol-busting foods that can dramatically reduce your cholesterol levels
  • Learn about powerful supplements that work to restore your cholesterol levels
  • Discover why what foods sabotage your cholesterol health
©2004 Don Colbert, M.D.

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Very Informative

This book was very informative and provided some suggestions for diet change in order to lower the LDL cholesterol and increase the HDL cholesterol. The main thing, however, was that it was sometimes difficult to follow being a novice to the healthy eating world, and the technical terms made it more difficult to understand. The summary at the end made all of the excessive word usage during the book more understandable at the end.