Maintain Cholesterol Levels: Do you know how important it is to maintain cholesterol levels in the body. It is a fat-like substance that is produced by the liver. The liver naturally produces that cholesterol which is necessary for the body, but it is available in large quantities through animal best food. If bad cholesterol increases in the body, it can lead to heart diseases. Today we will tell you how cholesterol can be reduced naturally.
What is cholesterol?
Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance that our bodies need to build healthy cells. Although it often gets a bad rap (and too much can be dangerous), the truth is that our bodies simply couldn’t function without cholesterol.
Not all cholesterol is the same. high-density lipoprotein (HDL) – “good cholesterol” – actually helps remove that bad cholesterol from your bloodstream. On the other hand, Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) – or “bad cholesterol” – can make plaque in your arteries, putting you at risk for hardened arteries (atherosclerosis), heart disease, vascular issues, and more.
Natural ways to lower cholesterol
Fish contains omega-3 fatty acid which helps in balancing cholesterol levels. For this, eat tuna, salmon, trot and sardine fish.
Daily exercise required
Working out every day is the most effective way to reduce bad cholesterol. For this, start running, walking, swimming, cardio, yoga and dancing.
Don’t eat trans fat
Eliminate unsaturated fats from your daily diet, as it increases cholesterol levels significantly. Instead, eat milk, cheese and dairy products which contain natural trans fat.
Quit Cigarettes and Alcohol
Smoking and consumption of alcohol are the root of many diseases, due to which bad cholesterol accumulates in the body very much, as well as the risk of heart attack also increases. Get rid of this bad habit today.
Eat soluble fiber
By eating soluble fiber, cholesterol levels are reduced naturally. For this, include beans, peas, oats, fruits and whole grains in your diet.
(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on home remedies and general information. Before adopting it, definitely take medical advice. THE MONK does not confirm this.)