How To Lower LDL Levels And Prevent Heart Diseases


High HDL cholesterol levels may help protect against cardiovascular disease

Our liver naturally raises cholesterol and this cholesterol then wanders through the whole body with the help of protein. 

There are 2 each type of cholesterols, bad as well as good. 

Good cholesterol is called HDL and bad cholesterol is LDL and VLDL, this bad cholesterol situates itself in the blood vessels and this causes heart attacks as well as strokes.

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Cut Off Trans Fat Training Exercises Add Vegetables - Fruits Triglyceride to HDL ratio

So much cholesterol can be really dangerous. So every human is certainly very very sincere about the overweight which we are consuming. 

There are 3 types of obesities: 

  1. Saturated Fat 
  2. Unsaturated fatty 
  3. Trans overweight 

Trans overweight, these saturated obesities occur within fleshes and dairy produces, they teach the liver to produce more bad cholesterol. Unsaturated solids, a person is able to obtain from floras, nuts, grains, and vegetable oils.

Actually, cholesterol increases because of 2 things, shortage of effort and stress

Here are a few tips ( How to increase HDL cholesterol)

Tip #1, maintain a healthy load 

If you are overweight merely losing 5 to 10 percent of value will increase your HDL cholesterol grades automatically, for example, if "you're ever" 80 kgs, spurning 4 to 8 kgs will increase your HDL cholesterol level.

And how to be recognized if you are an ordinary weight or you are overweight very simply you can check it out on the BMI calculator I'll link it in the description box you just have to fill in your height and your load and the calculator will do the residue for you telling you that if your own weight or in the normal bracket. 

Tip # 2, Cut Off Trans Fat

Trans fattens are often found in processed foods. They are also found in junk food, Bakery products, frozen pizzas, french fries, or any deep-fried product, etc, and what they do, is they make the HDL cholesterol, the good one, and increase the bad cholesterol, the LDL cholesterol. 

What is the use of contributing this trans back? Actually trans-fatty adds to the flavor of the packaged product, and not only flavor it increases the rack living, so whenever you are buying a boxed food product, my admonition to you is always to check the label for the presence of trans fat or partially hydrogenated fats, it is one and the same thing.

  • The first bypass trans fats, and evaded all packaged meat, fried menu, pizzas pastries, etc, no doubt they are tasty, but as far as possible we should avoid them, if you are eating, dine very little not more in any case.
  • Secondly, down saturated overweight, but within a limit. Consuming butter, cheese, ghee, palm oil, and coconut oil, these things should not be taken more than 1 teaspoon full a day.
  • Third, a person must deplete of good fats. Certain lubricants like olive oil and groundnut petroleum are required in our mas, similarly, nuts like almonds, walnuts, and cashew nuts should be taken and a fruit-like avocado should be consumed. All these are good fattens and good fatties are needed in our bodies.

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Tip #3, is three quits 

Quit booze quit smoking, and cease anabolic steroids or testosterone if you are taking them. All will increase your bad cholesterol and weaken your good cholesterol.

Quitting smoking is clearly associated with an increase in HDLC concentrations

Tip # 4, at least 30 minutes of training exercises

30 minutes of a walk-in absolutely natural adjacent will do. Exercise helps in reducing triglycerides and helps in increasing good cholesterol that is HDL in our body. 

Tip # 5, add two portions of fruit, three a fraction of vegetable, and one component of nuts to your food

What they will do? The soluble fiber in fresh fruit and veggies increases your good cholesterol. In the case of vegetable broccoli, sugared potato, heartbeats, peas, and nuts are good choices.  Nuts are very essential for us but they are very high in calories so simply exhaust 30 to 35 grams of nuts per period. Always select unroasted, unsalted mixtures with intact skin, that will be best beneficial for you. 

One portion of the result or vegetable is a matter of   80 grams of return or vegetable or you can say a stack full of result or vegetable that can come in the palm of your hand that is one portion. In fruits apples, pears, and avocados - are great choices.

Tip # 6, Triglyceride to HDL ratio

The triglyceride to HDL ratio was a really good indicator of your heart. Disease risk, you can find this ratio by dividing your triglycerides by your HDL.
Go to the calculator and they have a tool to convert your numbers and find your ratio.
  • A ratio under 2.0 signifies: You have a low heart disease risk. 
  • A ratio of 2 to 3 indicates some risk and anything 
  • Over 3 is high risk. 
This is also a really good indicator of how insulin-sensitive or insulin-resistant. 


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