Coriander Lowers Cholesterol


High cholesterol?  Add coriander to your diet.  The seeds increase the activity of plasma lecithin cholesterol acyltransferase, an enzyme that breaks down cholesterol so it can be flushed from the body. Researchers report that this can lower LDL by up to 63 percent.  Don't know how to use it?  Try it with steak, curry, cucumbers, chick peas and citrus fruit.

4 comments:

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

This is very interesting. Thank you very much for this important information. Hugs, Synnöve

SunnyToast said...

this is a great tip! thank you for sharing!

moni said...

I love coriander, specially in my guacamole dip!!!
Wish you a nice sunday
moni

prideinphotos.com said...

I just found out that my cholestrol is a bit high...so thanks for posting this! Great blog!
Laurie @ Pride in Photos

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