Tuesday, June 14, 2011

About Cholesterol: Ways to Add a Little Spice to Your Low Fat Diet

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From Jennifer Moll, your Guide to Cholesterol
Is your cholesterol-lowering diet getting a little boring? If so, try spicing up your diet by adding spices and herbs to your favorite foods. This newsletter features helpful tips on ways you can add cholesterol-friendly spices to your heart-healthy diet.

Heart-Healthy Spices
Butter and salt aren't the only ways to make your food taste delicious. There are also a vast variety of spices available that can make your food taste great and keep your heart healthy. Try these helpful tips on adding these healthy spices to your favorite dishes.

Turmeric and Your Cholesterol
If you've ever eaten Eastern Asian or Middle Eastern cuisine, there's a good chance that you have probably encountered turmeric. But did you know that this yellow-colored spice has many healthy properties? Find out the health benefits of turmeric, and how it stacks up when it comes to lowering your cholesterol.

Cinnamon: Does It Lower Cholesterol Levels?
Cinnamon is a delicious complement to many foods. This article discusses cinnamon and what type of effect it may have on your cholesterol levels.

Delicious Recipes Containing Thyme
Thyme is a great cholesterol-friendly spice. Try some of these heart-healthy recipes containing thyme.


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