Easy Lifestyle Changes for Lower Cholesterol

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High cholesterol is one of the most worrying conditions of modern times. With all the cheap junk food available at every step it is hard to stay indifferent. But the problem is that with high cholesterol comes a number of potential heart conditions. Take a look at the lifestyle changes you can make below on your path to lower cholesterol.

Add More Soluble Fiber

Soluble fiber should become a regular part of your diet if you need to lower cholesterol. Foods such as oatmeal, seeds, barley, peas, and lentils can be very helpful in improving your results. All of these are easy to cook, so it’s worth the try.

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More Monounsaturated Fats

You should definitely focus on monounsaturated fats as a part of your everyday diet. They lower the bad cholesterol and increase the good one. Olive oil, avocados, almonds, walnuts are just a part of the things you need to shop for.

Lose Weight

There is a direct correlation between weight and cholesterol. Losing weight will help you lower the total cholesterol including the bad one.

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Spice It Up

Spices like turmeric, curcumin, coriander can all lower cholesterol. It is already proven that most spices show a decrease in the levels of bad cholesterol.