The Best Natural Cholesterol Lowering Supplement For You

3 tablespoons of cholesterol lowering supplements

If you have high cholesterol, what is the best natural cholesterol lowering supplement to take?

It’s a question many people ask themselves when they start paying attention to what is going in their bodies.

There are a lot of supplements on the market that claim they can help lower your cholesterol levels.

Not all of them work, though.

We’ll talk about what makes a good natural supplement and how to find one that works for you!

What is the best natural cholesterol lowering supplement?

SupplementMay help withSide effects
Green coffee bean extractReduce total cholesterol[1]
Decrease LDL cholesterol
Nervousness
Restlessness
NiacinLower cholesterol, triglycerides, and high-density lipoprotein.Itchiness
Feeling flush
This happens more often when people take a lot of this to lower their cholesterol.
GarlicReduce cholesterolBad breath
Body odor
Nausea
Vomiting
Gas
May interact with some blood-thinning medications
BerberineReduce low-density lipoprotein (LDL, or “bad”) cholesterol and triglyceridesDiarrhea
Constipation
Gas
Nausea or vomiting
May cause harm to babies during pregnancy and breastfeeding
Green teaLower LDL cholesterolNausea
Vomiting
Gas
Diarrhea
May interact with blood-thinning medications
Plant stanols and sterolsReduce LDL cholesterol, especially for people who put on cholesterol easilyDiarrhea
Fish oilReduce triglyceridesFishy aftertaste
Bad breath
Gas
Nausea
Vomiting
Diarrhea
May interact with some blood-thinning medications
FlaxseedReduce LDL cholesterolGas
Bloating
Diarrhea
May interact with some blood-thinning medications
PsylliumLower triglycerides
Reduce total cholesterol
Pee often
Constipation

Conclusion

Before taking any medicine, ask your doctor. Write in a diary so you can show the doctor and pharmacist. Bring all the medicines and supplements to your next appointment.

Supplements are just one part of your total care plan. They are called “supplements” for a reason. Supplements should only be taken as part of a larger effort to lower cholesterol and triglycerides.

Diet, regular exercise, weight loss, and meds prescribed by your doctor should be the other parts of your plan.


“I have the metabolism of a sloth and a body that hates putting on muscles. This curse motivated me to study weight loss and nutrition. I want to share my experiences and knowledge to help you achieve your ideal body.”

— Christian Tanobey

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