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Cholesterol levels

Cholesterol is the measure of lipid content of your blood. There is a normal range of lipids in the blood. Too high or low lipids in blood produce diseases. Generally people suffer from high blood cholesterol due to intake of fatty diet. Heart diseases are common in people with high blood cholesterol levels.

There should be presence of balanced amount of cholesterol in our blood for healthy functioning of all other organs of the body. If you have high blood cholesterol you are prone to heart diseases such as high blood pressure, myocardial infarction, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis etc.

High cholesterol level is generally more common in men as compare to women and it occurs more commonly with increasing age.
 
Types of Cholesterol

There are three different types of cholesterol formed in our body from the fats in our food. Three types of cholesterol formed in our body include.

  • High density lipoprotein (HDL)
  • Low density lipoprotein (LDL)
  • Very low density lipoprotein (VLDL)

All the different types of cholesterol are not good for us. Only high density lipoprotein is beneficial for us. This cholesterol gets converted in proteins easily and does not cause accumulation of fats in body parts.

Low density lipoproteins are not good for our body as it increases cholesterol levels of our blood. It is not completely oxidized in the cells and gets accumulated there. It is the culprit for producing heart diseases.

Very low density lipoproteins are present in small amount in our body. Though they are present in minute quantity but they also pose a danger of developing heart diseases.
 
Causes of High Blood Cholesterol
Excessive intake of fats in the diet is the main cause of high blood cholesterol. All the fats are not properly oxidized in the body and it gets accumulated in the cells and causes heart problems.

People who lead a sedentary life are more prone to high blood cholesterol level as fats do not get properly digested and causes obstruction of the arteries. High blood cholesterol also runs in families.

Obesity is another important cause for high blood cholesterol level. People who are overweight have less movement and so they are not able to digest fats properly which produce problems.
 
Natural Treatment for High Blood Cholesterol

  • Reduce intake of fried and fatty foods. People who are obese should reduce weight by doing regular exercise or going for a morning walk regularly.
  • Decrease intake of alcohol and other beverage drinks such as tea and coffee.
  • Junk food is also responsible for increasing blood cholesterol levels. People who are prone to high blood cholesterol level should stop taking junk food.
  • Drink more water for proper digestion of food. Do not drink water along with food or immediately after eating food.
  • Yoga is also beneficial in reducing levels of blood cholesterol.
  • Do not sit for longer periods of time. Take a light walk to avoid prolonged sitting.
  • Do not eat heavy meal at night. Eat light food which is easily digestible.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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