High Cholesterol Foods And Natural Remedies To Treat HDL Cholesterol
steev • onHealth & Beauty 8 years ago • 3 min read

High cholesterol level is becoming an increasing threat to many people. This is because many changes have involved our daily lifestyle that had lead to a partial sedentary life.

High cholesterol is when the low-density lipoprotein (LDL) levels rise above normal and the high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels fall too low. When this imbalance occurs in the body, it puts one at a greater risk for high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease and diabetes.

Natural Remedies to Treat High Cholesterol

Make a mixture by adding one tea spoon of lime juice and one teaspoon of honey in one cup of hot water. Drink this mixture daily in the morning if you want to lower your cholesterol naturally.

High serum cholesterol can also be controlled by intake of fenugreek seeds regularly. It is an effective natural remedy for the treatment of high cholesterol.

Take a glass of water and add 1 teaspoon of methi powder in it. Drink this solution for one month in an empty stomach. It is an effective natural remedy for the treatment of high cholesterol.

Increase the intake of foods rich in vitamin E like sunflower seeds, soyabean oils, butter, and safflower and also the sprouted seeds and grains.

Take a glass of water and add two tablespoons of dry seeds of coriander and allow it to boil properly. Allow it to cool and strain the decoction. Take this decoction two times a day for lowering of the cholesterol. It is also an effective natural remedy for the treatment of high cholesterol.

Intake of onion juice is also very effective for the treatment of high cholesterol. It reduces the cholesterol, clean the blood and also regulate the heart.

High Cholesterol Foods

Eggs

Eggs are one of the foods high in cholesterol. Eggs contain a high amount of saturated fat even when boiled, let alone fried or burnt. The amount of saturated fat in your body can have an effect on your cholesterol levels.

Meat

Meat is an excellent source of protein but is very high in saturated fat. If you are trying to lose weight, you should stay off meat, especially red meat, until you get to that healthy weight you're looking for. And even after that, keep red meats in your diet to a minimum. You're also better off taking the skin off white meat like chicken to reduce fat.

Butter

Butter is made from animal fat; therefore also contains a lot of saturated fat. Make sure you go easy on that butter.

Cakes and biscuits

Baked products can contain a lot of cholesterol. Try baking at home instead of buying baked products from shops, since you don't know what they would have put in them. That will put you in control; you can then try cutting the amount of fat and cholesterol in whatever you bake.

You can easily replace butter, eggs, and milk with other alternatives that are healthier, such as egg substitutes, soy milk, rice milk and healthy vegetable oils.

Fatty salad dressings

Heavy salad dressings are high in fat, calories and can contribute to raising your cholesterol levels. You don't have to give them up completely, just use low-fat versions. Don't go with what the supermarket calls low-fat, read the labels so that you can understand what each salad dressing is made up of. Think olive oil and vinegar dressings.

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