Can you lower high cholesterol naturally?

Easy Natural Home Remedies to Lower High Cholesterol Naturally

High cholesterol is most often caused by unhealthy lifestyles consisting of little to no exercise and eating food with saturated fat. High cholesterol can also be genetic, and you can also get it from drinking too much alcohol, smoking, being obese, having kidney or liver disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes. I hope you enjoy our list of easy, natural home remedies to lower high cholesterol naturally. Some of the below treatments worked for my family.

High cholesterol can lead to fatal problems with your health.

Easy Natural Home Remedies to Lower High Cholesterol
What is Your Cholesterol Level?                                     Photo source: Pinterest

Cholesterol is hereditary in my family, so everyone has to be mindful of how much cholesterol-filled food they eat, even the kids in our family. Below are a comprised list of many natural remedies you can use to help lower your cholesterol naturally.

1. Apple Cider Vinegar, Ginger, Lemon, Garlic & Honey

The below recipe is a natural remedy that helps you to reduce your cholesterol level. The mixture slows down the oxidation of cholesterol. It increases the HDL (good) cholesterol while it thins the blood, increases your stamina, prevents blockage in the blood vessels, and slows down the arteries from hardening.

It basically burns/reduces the cholesterol in your body while improving your blood circulation.


  • 1 cup lemon juice
  • 1 cup garlic juice
  • 1 cup of ginger juice – I make fresh ginger juice, but I see that you can also purchase ginger juice. I am not sure how well store-bought ginger juice will work.
  • 1 cup apple cider vinegar with mother
  • honey to taste
  • Mix the lemon juice, garlic juice, and ginger juice in a pot and boil until it was reduced to 1/3 of its amount.
  • Strain the mixture
  • Add the apple cider vinegar with mother to the mixture.
  • Add honey to taste

How much to drink:

  • Add three teaspoons(15ml) of the mixture to a glass of water and drink on an empty stomach every morning.
  • You can also mix one tablespoon of the mixture in a glass/cup and drink it 30 minutes before every meal, three times a day.
  • Do not eat or drink anything for 30 minutes after consuming the mixture.

2. Red Onions

Red Onion Helps Lower Cholesterol
Red Onion Helps Lower Cholesterol                                                  Photo source: Pinterest

Red onions can help you lower your chance of getting heart disease. In Hong Kong, scientists showed that red onions contribute to reducing our bad cholesterol and increasing our good cholesterol.

Onions are not the ideal thing you might be thinking of drinking, but it is worth a try if your health is in danger.

  • Mix one teaspoon of onion juice with honey to taste and drink the mixture once a day.
    Grind, pulse, or do what you can to make your red onion into onion juice.
  • Finely chop one small red onion and mix it with one cup buttermilk and a pinch of pepper. Drink this mixture once per day. Adding ginger and garlic to this mixture will be beneficial, but it is hard to drink because it does not taste good.

3. Pure or Sterol Fortified Orange Juice

Can Orange Juice Help Lower High Cholesterol?
Can Orange Juice Help Lower High Cholesterol?                                 Photo source: practice

Please make your own freshly squeezed orange juice every day because it is rich in vitamin C, flavonoids, and folate, which can naturally help reduce your cholesterol. Orange juice that contains sterols also helps lower cholesterol.

According to studies, consuming just 3 grams of phytosterols a day can potentially lower your total cholesterol by up to 11% and your LDL by up to 15%.

Drink three cups of fresh orange juice or two cups of orange juice fortified with sterol every day.

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition did a study showing that drinking 750 mL of fresh/pure orange juice every day can increase HDL cholesterol and triglycerides. It can also lower hypercholesterolemic patients’ LDL/HDL ratio.

Easy Natural Home Remedies to Lower High Cholesterol Naturally

4. Increase Your Magnesium

Magnesium acts as a natural statin where it limits cholesterol production so that it can carry out necessary functions. Still, it does not allow cholesterol to produce in excess. Low amounts of magnesium in your body will increase your bad cholesterol.

Drink magnesium capsules/tablets or eat food that is rich in magnesium.

Are you eating enough magnesium.
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5. Coriander Seeds

Can Coriander help Lower Cholesterol?
Are Coriander and Cilantro the Same Thing?                                     Photo source:

According to research, coriander seed helps lower your total cholesterol level, LDL, and triglycerides and helps with diabetes. I am not sure if coriander and cilantro are the same because I read many articles, and they contradict each other.

  • Put one cup of water and two teaspoons of ground coriander into a pot.
  • Boil the contents in the pot for about 5 minutes.
  • Strain and drink one to two times a day.
  • You can add honey to taste.

6. Apple Cider Vinegar With Mother

Apple cider vinegar With Mother is popular today because it is used for many different things. Some of those things include weight loss, high blood pressure, acid reflux, upper respiratory infections, reduced heart disease risk, etc.

  • Mix one to two teaspoons of organic apple cider vinegar to one cup of water, orange juice, or apple juice.
  • Drink that mixture two to three-time a day for about a month.

7. Indian Gooseberry

Indian Gooseberry or Amla as part of your easy natural home remedies to lower high cholesterol naturally
Indian Gooseberry or Amla Lowers Cholesterol                              Photo source:

Indian gooseberry promotes lipid concentrations in the serum because it acts as a natural hypolipidemic agent.
The International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences published a study that gooseberry has antihyperlipidemic, anti-atherogenic, and hypolipidemic effects.

  • Mix one teaspoon of Indian gooseberry powder in a cup of warm water.
  • Drink the mixture on an empty stomach in the morning.

Eat food rich in vitamin C – orange, grapefruit, lemon, lime, kiwi, papaya, strawberries, pineapple, cantaloupe,
sweet bell pepper, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, kale
sweet potatoes.

8. Vitamin K2 Helps With Heart Disease

Vitamin K2 reduces your serum cholesterol while reducing atherosclerosis, which is plaque accumulation in the arteries where the artery gets narrower and hardens. The plaque is calcium deposits of calcium and fatty substances and scar tissue that cause the arteries to harden. The arteries will either clogged partially or be blocked if the plaque continues to build up.

  • Vitamin K2 helps calcium get absorbed in your bones and not your muscles or arteries and helps vitamin D get absorbed as well.
  • Vitamin K2 helps restore your artery’s flexibility after it removes the calcium buildup in the arteries.
  • Vitamin K2 can be found in food items: goose liver pate, hard cheeses, soft cheeses, egg yolk, butter, and chicken liver.
  • K2 supplement

I hope you like our article on easy, natural home remedies to lower high cholesterol naturally. Please share your health remedies with us and tell us if any of the above remedies work.

Please keep in mind that these natural treatments might not work for everyone because everyone is different.



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