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Eskimo 3 with Vitamin E (Capsules) - Healthy Living

Eskimo 3 with Vitamin E (Capsules)

€33,00 EURFrom €17,75 EUR
A unique fish oil supplement containing a healthy balance of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA and is scientifically proven* to support Heart Health. Eskimo-3 contains a tocopherol (vitamin...
Quest Kyolic Garlic 1000 - Healthy Living

Quest Kyolic Garlic 1000

From €22,20 EUR
Garlic is traditionally used for its anti-fungal properties, but also has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Kyolic garlic with its 20 month cold ageing process generates a cascade of naturally occurring...
Lifeboost Lecithin -

Lifeboost Lecithin

From €14,25 EUR
Life Boost Soya Lecithin granules contain non-gmo lecithin. Lecithin has been used for over 20 years as a dietary aid to balance blood cholesterol levels. It is also used as...
Linwoods Flaxseed 425gm -

Linwoods Flaxseed 425gm

€7,90 EUR
Linwoods flaxseed high in fibre. 
Eskimo Brain 369 with CoQ10 (120 capsules) -

Eskimo Brain 369 with CoQ10 (120 capsules)

€35,70 EUR
Every day stress, work stress, exam stress, low immune system are our today's world “companions”. In order for as to stay strong and take a lead our bodies needs some...
Eskimo Fish Oil 210ml (With Free 105ml) - Healthy Living

Eskimo Fish Oil 210ml (With Free 105ml)

€29,20 EUR
Eskimo Fish Oil 210ml (With Free 105ml)
Higher Nature Red Sterol Complex (90 -

Higher Nature Red Sterol Complex (90 tablets)

€35,90 EUR
Red Sterol Complex provides Red Yeast Rice, Plant Sterols and Cinnamon bark. Red Yeast Rice has been eaten and made in China for centuries by fermenting rice with Monascus purpureus...
Eskimo Brain 369 with Co Q10 (liquid form) -

Eskimo Brain 369 with Co Q10 (liquid form)

€35,70 EUR
Eskimo Brain 3.6.9 is one of the best supplements that combines the unique stable fish oil, Eskimo-3, with ingredients such as CoQ10 and GLA to optimize brain and energy support....
Terra Nova Co Q10 100mg 50caps - Healthy Living

Terra Nova Co Q10 100mg 50caps

€35,50 EUR
Terra Nova Co Q10 100mg 50caps.  Why take CoQ10? Terra Nova Co Q10 100mg 50caps provides 100mg of ubiquinone, commonly known as Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), which plays a key role...
Macanta Red Yeast Rice plus 100mg CoQ10 30caps - Healthy Living

Macanta Red Yeast Rice plus 100mg CoQ10 30caps

€27,50 EUR
Benefits: Good cholesterol is a key indicator of good health. When your cholesterol is high you will need to look at ways to reduce it. One of the top ways...
Vogel Milk Thistle 60tabs -

A. Vogel Milk Thistle 60 Tablets

€19,15 EUR
🌿 A. Vogel Milk Thistle Tablets: Nourish Your Liver, Ignite Your Vitality! 🌼 Transform your well-being with the powerhouse of nature - A. Vogel Milk Thistle Tablets! 🌿🌟 🌿 Discover...
Natures Aid Cod Liver Oil 1000mg 90caps -

Natures Aid Cod Liver Oil 1000mg 90caps

€22,55 EUR
Natures Aid Cod Liver Oil 1000mg 90caps
Linwoods Organic Flaxeed, Sunflower & Goji Mix - 425gm -

Linwoods Organic Flaxeed, Sunflower and Goji Mix - 425gm

€8,75 EUR
Linwoods cold milled Flaxseed, Sunflower, Pumpkin, Chia seeds and Goji Berries - 425gm
Quest Omega 3 Fish Oil 45 caps (100% Extra Free) While Stocks Last - Healthy Living

Quest Omega 3 Fish Oil 45 caps (100% Extra Free) While Stocks Last

€12,00 EUR
Quest Omega 3 Fish Oil 45 capsules  90 capsules for the price of 45
Udo's Choice Ultimate Oil Blend Capsules - Healthy Living
90 caps60 caps

Udo's Choice Ultimate Oil Blend Capsules

From €21,00 EUR
100% natural & fresh Udo's Choice (Udo's Oil) delivers a balanced 2:1:1 ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 and omega-9 Essential Fatty Acids (EFA's). Udo Erasmus discovered how vitally important it...
A. Vogel Jan de Vries Hawthorn-Garlic - Healthy Living

A. Vogel Jan de Vries Hawthorn-Garlic 90 caps

€19,00 EUR
Alfred Vogel prized both Hawthorn and Garlic highly and wrote extensively about both herbs. Garlic’s usefulness has been catalogued back to antiquity and it is combined here with the pulp...
Terra Nova CoQ10 30mg Complex Veg caps - Healthy Living

Terra Nova CoQ10 30mg Complex Veg caps

From €20,95 EUR
Terra Nova CoQ10 30mg Since the body’s levels of Coenzyme Q10 decrease with age and also depletes by intense physical exercise or illness, it is important to restore these levels....
One Nutrition Black Seed Oil (Nigella Sativa) -

One Nutrition Black Seed Oil (Nigella Sativa)

€31,00 EUR
BlackSeed Oil also known as Nigella Seed Oil or Blessed Seed Oil has been used as a food for over two thousand years. It has many applications as a food...
Terra Nova CoQ10 Magnesium and Hawthorn Complex 50caps - Healthy Living

Terra Nova CoQ10 Magnesium and Hawthorn Complex 50caps

€22,15 EUR
Terra Nova CoQ10 Magnesium and Hawthorn Complex Terra Nova CoQ10 Magnesium and Hawthorn Complex is a premium-quality supplement designed to promote overall cardiovascular health. This unique formula combines three key...
Linwoods Cold Milled Flaxseed mix & CoQ10 -

Linwoods Cold Milled Flaxseed mix & CoQ10

From €3,95 EUR
Linwoods Cold Milled Flaxseed, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts & CoQ10 -  200g

Cholesterol Levels

Cholesterol is a gauge used to measure potential heart disease. If your cholesterol is above five your doctor will probably bring it to your attention and may look at medication.
The dictionary definition of cholesterol is: a substance found in the “body cells” which carries fats through the blood stream.

The main influences of Cholesterol.

The first main influence is your genetic makeup. Some people are predisposed to having high cholesterol just because it runs in the family and there is not a lot we can do about this one.
Other factors include, DIET (you are what you eat) being over weight, not getting enough exercise and being a smoker.

The potential risks of high cholesterol.

They are Atherosclerosis. Artherio is the Greek word for Arteries. Sclerosis comes from the Greek word for hardening.
Cardiovascular disease. Covers a whole range of problems like Heart attack, Angina, Stroke & Heart failure all come under the heading of cardiovascular disease.
Circulatory disorders and hypertension are other potential problems.

Dietary Do’s

Top of the list is high fibre (good quality fibre)…..
Like jumbo porridge oats, the more they’re pounded the less the goodness them
Linseeds. Golden lineeds are best – soluble fibre, needs water to work, TIP for constipation
Oat bran – brilliant for lowering cholesterol
Fresh fruit Grapefruit, Apples, pears & oranges all contain high sources of pectin which help lower cholesterol.
Fresh vegetables like garlic, onions, tomatoes, carrots & green veg. Garlic and cayenne pepper cannot be over- emphasised.
All the seeds – linseeds, pumpkin, sunflower & sesame seeds all great sources of essential fats, vitamins & minerals especially B vitamins & fibre.
Oils – There are two food sources of EFA’s. So called because they must be got from the foods we eat. Fresh oily fish, the fresher and oilyer the better. This gives you high levels of Omega 3. A good quality organic olive oil or flax or Udo’s oil to use cold on foods ready to eat.
These seed oils will give a broader base of Omega 3, 6, &9. But the Omega 3 levels are not as high a fish.
Salads – lettuce, seaweeds, sprouts, pine nuts & goats cheese make a tasty and nutritious salad. Our Mediterranean friends eat salads after almost every meal. Adding some balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt & pepper makes a plain salad very tasty.

Dietary Don’ts

Foods to avoid/reduce – remember the phrase “a little of what you fancy does you good” N.B.
If your cholesterol is high at the moment these are foods to avoid at the moment and you can re-introduce them at a later date.
Refined carbohydrates e.g. - WHITE breads, WHITE pastas & WHITE rice. These foods have no nutritional value at all, and very little fibre content.
Processed foods – long life foods and fast foods. They are full of trans fatty acids and saturated fats.
Animal protein – Red meat is the biggest dietary source of cholesterol. Now red meat has lots of other benefits high in iron, b-vitamins so you can weigh up the pros & cons yourself
Dairy foods – Especially high fat cheeses
Caffeine – that is tea and coffee. Try herbal tea or coffee replacements or WATER. Water is very important for energy, concentration and of course constipation.
Cholesterol is a key component in every cell of the body and plays many vital functions. Most cells make their own but the liver also makes it from our food. If dietary cholesterol intake is high, the body naturally compensates by producing less but some people’s bodies don’t limit production and their levels of cholesterol become unbalanced.

There are ‘bad’ cholesterol, low-density-lipoproteins (LDL’s) and ‘good’ cholesterol, high density lipoproteins (HDL’s) and it’s the ratio that matters most, not the individual numbers


So far we’ve looked at our genetic make up & our dietary do’s & don’ts. There are a couple of other factors to look at.

Regular exercise like yoga, Pilates, meditation which you can do here OR even things like walking swimming & deep breathing are all great forms of exercise which will help reduce stress levels & lower cholesterol. You need increase your heart rate for half an hour x 3 times a week.

Some vitamins that will help reduce cholesterol levels would be:

B-complex – contains all the B vitamins. B3 is esp. good for cholesterol. The B-vits as a group help reduce stress and tiredness and help absorb all the other vitamins from your foods you eat.
Vitamin C – Helps lower cholesterol is a great anti oxidant and also fantastic for fighting colds and flu’s.
Co-enzyme Q10 – Essential for energy production in the body. Great for circulation. Great for the heart. Very important if you’re on statins. ASK YOUR DOCTORS.
EFA’s – Omega 3, 6, 9. Cannot be produced by the body and very common for people to be deficient in. Supplement forms come in fish oil or seed oil, liquid or caps.
Lecithin granules – Breaks down fat, increases brain function & protects against heart disease.
Hawthorn – This is a great heart tonic, lowers blood pressure & cholesterol levels & decreases fat deposit levels in the body.
Guggul plus – An Indian herb complex which helps reduce fats. We’ve had great success with this remedy in the shop.

So to summarise…..

Cholesterol is fatty deposits in the bloodstream.
INCREASE your good fibres fresh fruit & vegetables, oils & salads.
DECREASE your refined carbohydrates, animal meats, dairy & processed foods
Take exercise for half an hour 3 times a week.
This should help reduce your cholesterol levels naturally. You can also buy vitamins for cholesterol too. A selection of vitamins for reducing cholesterol can be found below.