My cholesterol went down for the first time in years and this may be why. There’s also a giveaway.
I just had an annual physical last month and part of it is a blood test.
I have been very healthy (knock on wood) except my cholesterol has been creeping up in recent years.
I believe it’s part hereditary because my mother’s side of the family tends to have strokes and aneurysm in abdomen. My mother was also very healthy except she had a very high cholesterol. And she passed away from stroke at age 51. In fact, I will be older than my own mother in several months if I’m still alive.
Anyways, I’ve been watching my cholesterol which is generally high but my good cholesterol was also high so my doctor told me not to worry about it too much until it jumped in 2019.
Here’s the chart of the last 3 years. The total cholesterol was 169 with LDL 92 and HDL 63 in 2018. LDL is the bad cholesterol and HDL is the good cholesterol. In 2019, my cholesterol jumped to 217 with bad cholesterol 125 and good cholesterol 72, increased more to 225 with bad cholesterol 142 and good cholesterol 65 last year in 2020.
But I didn’t change anything last year in terms of exercise or what I eat. I still ate a lot of fried food so I was pretty sure my cholesterol was very high this year.
However, my cholesterol miraculously went down by 25 points to 200 with bad cholesterol 118 and good cholesterol 67.
I know my cholesterol is still high but I like this downward trend. And the only thing I can think of that may have helped with this downward trend is this R’s Koso which I have been taking the last 8 months on a regular basis. Koso means enzyme in Japanese.
I was very surprised so I contacted R’s Koso if there is any case like that. And there was a study done on the effect of koso on the cholesterol. I’ll put the link below so you can read it.
So I’m not making any claim but from my experience, it’s possible that this may have helped reduce my cholesterol like the study says.
When I started taking this 8 months ago, I would simply mix it with water, or lukewarm water or carbonated water. My new favorite way is to mix it with apple cider vinegar with about half the amount of R’s Koso. And add water about 4 times the amount of R’s Koso.
Whenever I took apple cider vinegar, I used to mix it with honey but this is a good alternative because it’s sweet enough and it dissolves very quickly. I recently learned that apple cider vinegar also helps to lower cholesterol. So maybe I got the dual benefits of the Koso enzyme and the apple cider vinegar in lowering my cholesterol without medication.
And finally, the giveaway! R’s Koso is generously offering a holiday giveaway to my audience. They’re giving away this full bottle. The retail value is $99.
If you want to enter for this giveaway, please do the following two things:
- 1) Go to R’s Koso’s YouTube channel from the link below and subscribe
- R’s Koso Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RsKOSO_cleanse/
- 2) Guess one ingredient that’s in R’s Koso and comment below. R’s Koso has more than 100 fruits, veggies and plants fermented together for about a year.
- Hint: If you go to their website from the link below, you can search for the ingredients.
- R’s Koso (Get 10% off)
*This giveaway is open to people with the mailing address in the US.
This product comes in a very nice box. So you can gift it as is to your loved ones too.
The entry for this giveaway closes this Sunday, December 5th, 2021 @ Noon PST.
Again, to enter for this giveaway, 1) subscribe to their channel from the link below and 2) guess one of more than 100 ingredients in the comment below.
Massage Monday #579 Cholesterol Reduced with R’s Koso? R’s Koso Giveaway https://bit.ly/mm-579