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Triglycerides Off the Charts

Posted by Anonymous (Anonymous) on 09/15/2011

Hi Mr. Ted, Just had a blood test done for myself as yearly check-up, and my cholesterol and triglycerides were off the charts. What do you recommend for the best way to lower cholesterol?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
385 posts

The best remedy is this, yes you avoid margarine and trans-fatty acids from vegetable oils. But the emphasis is granulated lecithin, 1 teaspoon twice a day, mixed with lemon oil (or d-limonene) 10 drops twice a day too. The triglycerides are caused by high fructose consumption, found in fruits and beverages. The best way to reduce triglycerides is 1 teaspoon of glycine twice a day, green tea extract 1/8 teaspoon twice a day, borax in water 1/8 teaspoon and lysine 1/4 teaspoon twice a day.


09/21/2011: Anonymous replies: "Can I combined Glycine, lysine, green tea extra, lecithin and lemon drops in an 8oz glass of water? Does any of this need to be taken on empty stomach or before/after meals?

Do I do this for the next 3 months, 7 days a week?"

09/22/2011: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: "You can mix glycine, lysine, green tea, lecithin and lemon oil all together if you want. After meals is better tolerated. Cholesterol can reduce as fast as in a few weeks. Check your blood then. I do get reports that cholesterol is down by 100. Need to avoid vegetable oils--those can be partially hydrogenated, hydrogenated and full of trans-fatty acid, in practice it is the prime cause of cholesterol. Before 1950 we never had cholesterol problems until at least 1960s, when vegetable oils hit the big time.


Replied by Marla

Is the lemon oil referring to essential oils? Or.... is there something else out there?