High Density Lipoproteins - Dont's

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High Density Lipoproteins - Dont's

  • Avoid Trans fatty acids i.e. hydrogenated oil or vegetable shortening.
  • Avoid refined carbohydrates like sugar and refined flour. These have shown to raise blood cholesterol and triglycerides.
  • Avoid food sources of cholesterol such as egg yolk, liver, kidney, brains, etc.
  • Avoid high fat dairy products such as regular milk, cheese and cream.
  • Reduce alcohol intake. However, alcohol (wine or beer) in moderation may raise HDL levels.

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Neer19

Is it possible to eat oily food if pluse rate is more then 72 n a day at 19yrs, age.

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IS PINEAPPLE IS GOOD FOR CONTROLLING LDH LEVEL

Sahil75

I have Total/HDL ratio of 5.4, how can I reduce it ?

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i have total/hdl ratio of 5.13, how can i reduce it ?

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