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Cholesterol and Your Heart

Cholesterol and Your Heart

Cholesterol and Your Heart Lower your Cholesterol for Your Heart having a lower cholesterol is especially important to our overall health, no matter how old we are or are not. This is especially true if we want to avoid having a heart attack or stroke. “To understand what this means and how to achieve it, we all need to understand a few of the key concepts and terms first.” (“ETYN”) Among the things that we need to know are cholesterol, HDL, LDL, lipoproteins, serum cholesterol, dietary cholesterol, saturated f

Cholesterol is just a fat-like substance that is found all through the body. It gets there in one of two ways, either from the body itself or in the foods we eat and put into it. (“HOME OF PHARMACY: 2008”) It is a quite common, and especially important worker bee in the body’s honeycomb. “Too much of it, however, is not healthy for the body.” (“How To Lower Your Cholesterol”) Too much of it can clog our arteries, block our hearts, and threaten to end our lives. (“HOME OF PHARMACY: 2008”) Often, we need to lower cholesterol in our bodies.

There are two kinds of cholesterol that we have, which may be confusing at first. High density lipoprotein is one of them, and it is commonly known as HDL, sometimes it is also called the good cholesterol because it can protect the heart. (“© Wings Of Success http://homeremedieslog.com Page 1 of 1”) Low density lipoproteins, which are commonly known as LDL, and are sometimes called the bad cholesterol because it can clog arteries and kill us, is the other. “We have both kinds of cholesterol in our bodies and we them need both.” (“Lowering Your Cholesterol Made Easy”) The balance between them is critical to our body. It is what helps determine whether a heart is healthy or in dire need of correction.

The link between cholesterol and heart disease has been established in numerous studies. In Specific, the higher the cholesterol, the greater the risk is of us getting heart disease. It is really that simple. High cholesterol is common for most people. However, the good news is that we can do something about it. We all want lower cholesterol. The awkward thing though is that most of us have a tough time to control this.

ats, atherosclerosis, and coronary artery disease.

Cholesterol is just a fat-like substance that is found all through the body. It gets there in one of two ways, either from the body itself or in the foods we eat and put into it. (“HOME OF PHARMACY: 2008”) It is a quite common, and especially important worker bee in the body’s honeycomb. “Too much of it, however, is not healthy for the body.” (“How To Lower Your Cholesterol”) Too much of it can clog our arteries, block our hearts, and threaten to end our lives. (“HOME OF PHARMACY: 2008”) Often, we need to lower cholesterol in our bodies.

There are two kinds of cholesterol that we have, which may be confusing at first. High density lipoprotein is one of them, and it is commonly known as HDL, sometimes it is also called the good cholesterol because it can protect the heart. (“© Wings Of Success http://homeremedieslog.com Page 1 of 1”) Low density lipoproteins, which are commonly known as LDL, and are sometimes called the bad cholesterol because it can clog arteries and kill us, is the other. “We have both kinds of cholesterol in our bodies and we them need both.” (“Lowering Your Cholesterol Made Easy”) The balance between them is critical to our body. It is what helps determine whether a heart is healthy or in dire need of correction.

The link between cholesterol and heart disease has been established in numerous studies. In Specific, the higher the cholesterol, the greater the risk is of us getting heart disease. It is really that simple. High cholesterol is common for most people. However, the good news is that we can do something about it. We all want lower cholesterol. The awkward thing though is that most of us have a tough time to control this.

Cholesterol And Your Lifestyle

Our Lifestyle and Lower Cholesterol

Cholesterol in our body is produced in the liver, which is the organ that uses the fats in our diet as fuel. What it produces is all the cholesterol the body needs to keep us moving. Why does it need cholesterol you may wonder? Among other things, it works by producing bile that is needed to help with digestion, protecting nerve fibers, building cell membranes, creating hormones, and creating vitamin D.

Cholesterol that is found in our foods comes only from animal products that are rich in saturated fats. Plant foods have no cholesterol in the, at all. Our bodies need fats, of course, and we get a natural mix of them in many whole foods. But a diet that is too rich in saturated fats and trans fatty acids such as those that you get in processed foods is a proven health risk. Studies now indicate that polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, which can be found in olive and fish oils, are better for us and can help lower cholesterol.

Dietary fats are a concentrated source of special calories and because of these one of the two main causes of people being overweight and obesity. Lack of exercise is the other reason for this. Decreasing dietary fat and increasing regular exercise are the first and quite frankly the easiest steps that you can take to lower cholesterol and improve your overall and heart health. (“HOME OF PHARMACY: 2008”)

HOW TO LOWER YOUR CHOLESTROL

Best Wishes, Coyalita

Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Specialist

See Tomorrow: “Lowering Cholesterol

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