A health care provider can measure cholesterol in the blood and help you figure out what the levels mean. Over time monitor your cholesterol levels and take steps to reduce high cholesterol.
Eat Smart, Eat a balanced diet of vegetables, fruits , whole grains, beans, legumes , nuts, proteins dependent on plants, lean animal proteins, and fish. Limit fatty or processed foods, full-fat dairy products, eggs and tropical oils.
Jump More, Physical activity leads to raising cholesterol levels. Heart.org / MoveMoreKnow your fats: cholesterol levels that be affected by the fats you consume. Saturated fats are replaced with unsaturated fats.
Don't Smoke: Smoking decreases healthy HDL cholesterol and raises the risk of heart disease. Taking medicine as directed, statins or other medicine can be recommended by your doctor to regulate your cholesterol Level.
Also Visit: The Beginner’s Fitness Checklist.
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