5 Smoothies to Lower Cholesterol

Smoothies to Lower Cholesterol

Smoothies are Life!

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Some time ago I was diagnosed with high cholesterol and man how it shocked me. So as a result, I decided to change my ways and change my life. I scoured the internet and found these 5 smoothies to lower cholesterol. They are very easy to make and very delicious. I certainly hope that you will love them.

Our diet is very critical when it comes to reducing our cholesterol. Therefore, we must change the way we eat if we hope to see any results.

That being said, let’s get into some recipes for smoothies to lower Cholesterol (LDL).

1. Daily Green Smoothie

This is perfect for you! It requires a small amount of each ingredient and is very easy to make. The measurements are not standard though but you can be generous with your serving.


  • Kale
  • Spinach
  • Celery
  • Pineapple
  • Apple
  • Lemon

2. Lower Your Cholesterol Naturally

Excellent recipe here! She begins to speak about the recipe at the 2:35 mark but you can watch her intro if you want. Similar ingredients to the first video so it shouldn’t be a problem.


  • 1/4 cup oatmeal
  • 1 apple
  • 1/2 orange
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1tsp flaxseed
  • 1/2 tsp chia seeds
  • 1 1/2 cups of water or coconut water
  • (Optional) 1 Cup frozen pineapple

3. 5 Healthy Green Smoothie Recipes

The Domestic Geek makes excellent videos with clear instructions but not all would achieve our goal of lowering that LDL cholesterol. As such, we will focus on the green smoothies. Here is 5 of her choices and trust me, they’re good!

4. Avocado and Coconut Refresher Smoothie

Only 3 ingredients! This is so simple to make and very good for your heart. Not a lot of people believe coconut is good for your health because of the saturated fat content but studies have shown otherwise. So feel free to enjoy this healthy smoothie anytime.


  • Avocado
  • Mango
  • Coconut Milk

5. Avocado and Ripe Banana Smoothie

This recipe is excellent! Very tasty and healthy ingredients by Chef Ricardo. Big up man!


  • Avocado
  • Ripe bananas
  • Spinach
  • Honey
  • Water

I hope you found a smoothie recipe to lower cholesterol here and remember, your diet is only a part of the solution, you still need regular exercise. In addition those smoothies, you may also make Cucumber Juice or Cucumber Water and eat Oatmeal every day. Healthy eating paired with regular exercise and you will see fantastic results on next test.

5 DIY chairs on a budget

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Have you ever looked at staged homes and wonder when you can get your home to look like that? I know I have. But the problem I face is the budget to accomplish this task. I like to create things on a budget that look professional. So here are our top 5 picks for DIY chairs on a budget that you can do with only few tools. From using old tires to pallets and crates, you will be sure to find something that suits your skills and budget perfectly.

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1. Sofa in 3 steps!

Ok, so this first video is in Spanish and hopefully some of my readers speak Spanish but if you don’t, just enable the caption on YouTube and you will have your English subtitles. Voilà! Anyway, language difficulties aside, this is a great build. It’s easy, doesn’t require many tools and with the finish of your choice, it could be placed inside or outside. Plus I like at the end where she shows the different finishes that can be applied. This is truly a diy chair on a budget!

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2. DIY Modern Outdoor Chair

So Glen has been an inspiration to me ever since I first laid eyes on his coffee table. I have watched most of the videos and trust me, this guy create really cool diy furniture. Here is a personal favorite of mine and I hope it is something you will find worth trying for an back porch or deck.

Items Needed? Glen normally gives a detailed list of the items he uses in his video descriptions. I recommend you take a look at his list.

3. DIY – modern outdoor chair

How has this project been so hidden on YoutTube? I think it’s an awesome looking chair, kinda too straight at the back for me but I’m sure there are plenty of folks who would love this. It is easy, requires little skill and not a lot tools. I think this one has great potential.

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4. DIY Outdoor Couch Built From 2x4s

This build is a another hidden gem in my opinion. The couch has an exquisite look and requires little skill to create. In addition, you don’t even have to make it that long. It is a perfect fit for the deck.

Items Needed? The link to the original plan is found in Megan’s video description. You can have a look there but I will also go ahead and list the items based on her video.

5. 10 DIY Furniture Ideas For Absolute Beginners

DIY chairs (and stools) on a budget indeed. This last video contains alot of builds. I usually don’t go for these types of videos because there is no narration from the builder, however, these projects are so simple that you don’t need a narrator to help you figure out how to create any one of these items for your home.

Items Needed? Well this depends on which item you plan to make. From a tire to a crate, its based on what the design you want to attempt.

So this concludes the first post from my blog. I hope you enjoyed our recommendations and I hope you will have fun doing DIY!