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Cholesterol

The nature power of healing:  100% natural therapy. No side effects. 

How Can Health Qigong help with Cholesterol?

3 months training from 9.8 to 6.1, with 3 times a week of pills only.

Lisa Chau has been practising 3 times a day, 7 days a week, under the supervision of Master Sue Chang for personal training.

"I have been taking all different kinds of pills for treatment of high cholesterol, which did not give me any result. But the side effects were I felt pain in my muscles and joints. With the help of Qigong as part of my theraphy, now I am feeling that whatever I eat are tasty. I'm still taking 3 pills a week, but my cholesterol dropped from 9.8 to 6.1. I am very happy". Lisa Chau

Lisa is working full time, she took the prescription and practised according to her own time:

She practised 3 times a day, morning for half an hour, lunch time for 10 minutes, after work for 1 hour.

This is 100% natural theraphy. No side effects. Only positive effects.

I encourage people learn from Lisa to achieve harmony balance in living.

Here is an abstract of a study regarding the effects of Qigong on Cholesterol and Blood Pressure.

"This study investigated the effectiveness of Qigong on blood pressure and several blood lipids, such as high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, Apolipoprotein A1 (APO-A1), total cholesterol (TC), and triglycerides (TG) in hypertensive patients. Thirty-six patients were randomly divided into either the Qigong group, or a wait-listed control group. Blood pressures decreased significantly after eight weeks of Qigong. The levels of TC, HDL, and APO-A1 were changed significantly in the Qigong group post-treatment compared with before treatment. In summary. Qigong acts as an antihypertensive and may reduce blood pressure by the modulation of lipid metabolism."

Source:

Int J Neurosci. 2004 Jul;114(7):777-86. LEE, MS, KIM HJ, CHOI ES, 

Effects of qigong on blood pressure, high density lipoprotein cholesterol and other lipid levels in essential hypertension patient 

Department of Nursing, Mokpo Catholic University, Mokpo, Korea. 

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15204043