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High Cholesterol can be hazardous to your health, however, you can take care of that by a change to your diet, eat much healthier, and staying focus on all your intakes, both eating and drinking. When changes are made, it reduces cholesterol and improves your heart health.
In the same breath, cholesterol is also very essential to your body, it relies on a wide range of biological functions. It plays a critical role in enhancing the brain health and memory, it maintains your hormone balance, your sexuality functioning it does enable. Your skin and cell membranes throughout your entire body are flawless.
So it is not good to focus on blocking cholesterol production in your body with conventional remedies or try to eliminate cholesterol from your diet. Through my experience, doctors typically recommend for me conventional remedies, which do more harm than good as far as I am concern.
That’s why I constantly do research for a natural way to balance my cholesterol more quickly with other things that work together to keep my heart and entire cardiovascular system healthy.
When you reduce Saturated fats that are found in red meat, and dairy products, which are full of fat, definitely raises your total cholesterol. But decreasing the number of saturated fats from your daily diet can lower your Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, which is the bad cholesterol.
Advantage Of Eating Healthy Food
The advantage of eating healthy help weight loss reduced cancer risk, manage your diabetes, prevent stroke, it heart-healthy, better mood, improve your memory, and strong bones and teeth health. Try to eat healthily is our priority because we are talking about our health, we want to live longer and very healthy, and in doing so we should take much more precaution on what we intake each time we open our mouth to eat something, we want to create the healthiest food made from natural ingredients like fruits vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and beans products.
The following is important to not used: not animal products, no added oils, minimal sugar added, if any at all, also things made with whole grains. Having a diet like these products has the benefits of a healthy weight and energy well-being.
Trans fat is a major factor in our diet, when shopping for food, especially can goods it is important to read all labels, sometimes, when listed as “partially hydrogenated vegetable oil,” is often used in margarine and cookies, crackers and cakes that are bought in the store.
Trans fats raise overall cholesterol levels. According to The Food and Drug Administration, a banned is in place for the use of partially hydrogenated vegetable oils by January 1, 2021.
It is so important to practice eating food that is high in Omega-3 fatty acids, which does don’t affect LDL cholesterol. But they have other health benefits for the heart, such as reducing blood pressure. Foods with omega-3 fatty acids include salmon, mackerel, herring, walnuts, and flax seeds.
Take fiber for an instant, eating Soluble fiber can reduce the absorption of cholesterol into your bloodstream. Soluble fiber is found in oatmeal, kidney beans, Brussels sprouts, apples, pears, oats, quinoa, chickpeas, lintels, black beans, and much other fiber-type food.
Seeds also a great snack or an easy way to add extra nutrients into a salad or soup, if that is your preference, seeds are very healthy for you, like sesame seeds which are high in calcium, and sunflower seeds are a great source of vitamin E, along with pumpkin seeds to name a few.
Putting in some workout routine in your daily lifestyle is a major benefit to your health, and exercise does improve your cholesterol. Doing moderate physical activity can help raise high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, which is good cholesterol.
Depending on your physical body and mental state of health, putting in 20 to 30 minutes a day, and at least 2 to 3 days per week doing a vigorous aerobic activity such as tennis, riding a bike, playing your favorite sport, or even jogging can be beneficial to your overall health. However, consulting your physician would be wise first.
So a combination of exercise and practicing eating healthy are a great mix. There are so many kinds of exercises that are not hard on your body movement, a morning or evening walk around your block or park can make a giant leap to your heart health.
I do moderate stretches in the morning and sometimes in the evening before bedtime. Here is an example.
In this case, depending on the age factor, for me, this is the kind I manage to do as often as I can. Not all the time I use a chair, a workout mat and belt do the trick as well.
For a total body workout, you can enhance it, and the body stretch is highly recommended, cause it touches all the areas of your mussel like the image below.
I stay motivated most of the times when my grandchildren are with me, they really enjoy getting up and encouraged me to let’s go for our morning routine in exercise which we help each other, and they are in high school the first year, and they are motivated to do the workout with me, because of Covid-19 they are homeschooling through Zoom.
My teenage grandchildren find ways to incorporate more activity into their daily routine, like when they are on their break they used their time so we can climb the stairs of thirteen as extra added to our routine.
Having on a few extra pounds contributes to high cholesterol. Therefore, making even small changes does add up.
Help your health and switch from any sugary drinks, use seltzer water, or plain water, besides when you’re working out even the slightest of workout, and you become thirsty, water is the best to satisfied that thirst.
For snacks, air popcorn is a great choice. Stay away from salty snacks, like pretzels, potato chips, or any chips family, you will have into consideration the calories back up. If there any craving for something sweet, try less sugary sherbet, sugar-free jello, or candies with little or no fat.
Make changes to our diet is the best way in staying healthy, the opportunity to live longer and happier when you maintain a good quality diet from the food we eat and exercising which contribute in helping to control you HDL and LDL cholesterol.
A combination of fresh fruits, green vegetables, nuts and seeds, fiber quinoa, lintels, black beans, oats, and all the seeds that are high in calcium, and vitamin E, are all added to a greater healthier body.