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Posted: 25 Jul 2012, 12:31
High sterol count foods are effective in lowering your cholesterol. Did you know CORN has the highest count?


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Posted: 25 Jul 2012, 12:46
Dear god, probably half of the American diet is corn or corn derivatives. We should have the lowest cholesterol rates in the world...

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Posted: 25 Jul 2012, 13:01
ha ha! sounds like an ad to me.... Hoser: no kidding, right?
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Posted: 18 Apr 2013, 09:40
It is true, corn is one of the most effective foods to lower cholesterol (because as mentioned here, it's high in sterol). Other products that also reduce cholesterol are (see here http://about-avp.com/useful-properties/aloe-vera-is-the-best-diet-to-lower-cholesterol/) peanuts, rice, avocado, olives, walnuts, aloe vera, dark chocolate, almonds, garlic, green tea.
Here are more details about aloe vera and other cholesterol lowering products: http://aloe-veradrink.com/useful-properties/how-to-lower-cholesterol-naturally/

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