Cholesterol is divided, as we already know, into two separate streams. Bad cholesterol, which we all keep away from, because too high a package comes with cardiovascular disease and good cholesterol.
It is important to analyze both total cholesterol and the two HDL and LDL fractions.
The bad one is LDL, and the good one, whose level we want to increase, is LDL.
Nutrition is one of the key factors for a healthy body and a strong immune system.
It is important to pay attention to our diet and include dietary foods to prevent bad cholesterol (LDL) formation by increasing high cholesterol (HDL) levels.
"The formation of bad LDL cholesterol can be prevented through healthy eating and an active lifestyle. A diet based on high fiber consumption and including foods rich in antioxidants, nutrients, vitamins B and C can help raise blood cholesterol levels. This type of HDL cholesterol, unlike the one mentioned above, has a beneficial role for the body, managing to absorb excess cholesterol from tissues and cells and transport it to the liver, where it is then removed from the body. Larger LDL cholesterol may be a cardiovascular risk factor and may affect all age groups, "said nutritionist Dr. Corina Zugravu, a lecturer at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest and a researcher at the Institute of Public Health.
Prepared for thousands of years in the kitchens of India and the Middle East, linden is a food rich in antioxidants and an abundant source of nutrients, such as minerals and fibers, needed to keep the body at full capacity with the autumn approach. Extremely tender, lint is a food that includes food can help keep cholesterol under control and help accelerate intestinal transit, helping to eliminate excess waste, fat and toxins in the body. Lintea is an ally in the fight with cholesterol, especially because of its high content of B-group vitamins, which can lower cholesterol production in the body and lower LDL cholesterol.
Almonds, rich in nutrients and ideal for a healthy snack between meals, have the same role. Almonds are foods that bring benefits to the entire body, and due to their high fiber, protein and iron content, they primarily help the blood system by increasing good cholesterol levels and increasing the number of red blood cells. Migraines also help digestion, and rich content of unsaturated fat helps keep blood vessels healthy.
A balanced diet helps us, and hydration also plays an essential role. Due to its natural ingredients, beer can be part of a healthy lifestyle when consumed with moderation (330 ml / day / women and 660 ml / day / men). At the same time, its antioxidant and soluble fiber content makes beer a possible ally of the body in the fight with cholesterol. Antioxidants present in beer have as their source the natural ingredients from which it is made, such as cereals and hops, which can raise HDL cholesterol, while having the ability to reduce bad LDL cholesterol.
Fruits must be part of our diet in any season. Especially those rich in vitamin C, such as oranges, kiwi or currants help us maintain an elevated level of good cholesterol in the blood. Vitamin C has antioxidant properties and, in addition, can remove free radicals produced by the body in the normal metabolic process, thus helping to prevent cholesterol. Another indicated fruit is chop, rich in fiber and low in calories, helps digestion and significantly reduces cholesterol.