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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Following A Decent Diet Can Lower Cholesterol

By Owen Jones

If you have recently been told that your cholesterol levels are out, you will probably be weighing up the alternatives that your GP gave you. One option would be to take tablets and the other alternative would be to adjust your diet and take more exercise. The changes in diet are not radical, yet they can have a big effect. Exercising might be more of a difficulty to most people who lead a sedentary lifestyle.

People talk about cholesterol levels because there are two types of cholesterol. The two levels are HDL (good cholesterol) and LDL (bad cholesterol). LDL comes from animal fats (saturated fats), which are prevalent in red meat and full-fat dairy products like milk, butter, cream and cheese but it also is present in hydrogenated trans fats, which are common in margarines, pastry and crisps.

The first thing to do is attempt to cut out saturated fats by switching to chicken and drinking low-fat milk. You could also replace the margarine or butter with one of the cholesterol-decreasing margarines in the supermarkets. Just taking these two steps will make a huge difference to numerous individuals, however, others may have to go a little further.

Grains are very good in the battle against cholesterol, because of the quantity of fibre in them. Therefore, you could give up your traditional English breakfast of cereals with milk followed by sausage, bacon, eggs and fried bread and instead eat Scots porridge oats with water or skimmed milk followed by granary toast and cholesterol-reducing margarine. This step alone will also considerably modify your cholesterol levels.

If you like a steak for luncheon occasionally, you may not have to give it up entirely, but if you normally order an eight ounce steak, get a four or six ounce one instead and if you eat that four times a week, cut back to two instead. Replace the steak with meals of skinless chicken and fish. Omega 3 fish oil is considered to be a big ally in the fight against cholesterol.

If you consume a lot of junk food like greasy hamburgers and oily hot dogs, you will almost certainly have to give them up, yet that is not a bad thing anyway. Endeavour to snack on citrus fruits as they are also your allies against LDL cholesterol.

It is not all doom and gloom on the dietary front for sufferers of cholesterol problems. The changes that will be recommended to you to sort out your cholesterol concerns have almost certainly already been made to you to sort out being over weight or having high blood pressure or even suffering from diabetes.

They are fundamental, sensible minor lifestyle changes which will have a enormous effect on a number of aspects of your body. The same is true of exercise. Most people know that they should exercise more, it is just a shame that most of us need such a significant incentive before we do anything about it.

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