Health tips: Control your Cholesterol level by including this drink in your diet today

Cholesterol is a common problem that worries many people. An increased level of cholesterol in the body can be harmful to our health. In such a situation, to get rid of this problem, you can consume this homemade healthy drink.

Health tips: Control your Cholesterol level by including this drink in your diet today

In such a situation, people take many medicines to reduce cholesterol. But there are some home remedies too, with the help of which you can control the increased cholesterol in the body. With the help of some spices used in the kitchen, you can control your cholesterol level. If you are also troubled by this problem, then let us know how to prepare this natural drink for cholesterol control-

Ingredients :- 

1 tsp fenugreek seeds

2-3 pieces of cinnamon

1 tsp grated ginger

1 star anise

1 teaspoon flax seeds

How to make healthy drink for cholesterol

To prepare this drink, first heat water in a glass.

When the water becomes hot, add fenugreek seeds, cinnamon pieces, ginger and linseed to it.

Now boil this water for 3 to 4 minutes.

When the water boils well, filter it and take it out in a glass.

Finally, mix one spoon of lemon juice in it and drink it.

Benefits of drinking the drink

Drinking this drink regularly will reduce the bad cholesterol present in your body.

Also, drinking this drink strengthens your body's immunity.

This drink is also very beneficial for your heart. Drinking this keeps your heart healthy.

Antifungal, anti inflammatory and antibacterial properties are found in this drink.

The high amount of fiber present in it is helpful in strengthening the digestive system.

keep this in mind

You can drink this drink prepared for cholesterol anytime. But keep in mind that you do not drink it on an empty stomach at all. Also, if you have any disease or allergy problems, do not consume this drink without the advice of your doctor.

Disclaimer: The advice and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be taken as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have any questions or concerns.