Foods That Raise Cholesterol And You Should Give Up

Foods That Raise Cholesterol And You Should Give Up


If in the body there is too much cholesterol, then it can lead to the formation of atherosclerotic plaques inside the vessels. As a result, the lumen will narrow and blood flow will worsen. This can lead to hypertension, heart attack, stroke and even loss of limbs due to gangrene. Therefore, it is so important to monitor your own health and prevent this in time.

There are certain foods you should avoid if you have high blood cholesterol or high blood sugar. But it is not necessary to deprive yourself completely of the pleasures of the table. It is important to know how to choose the best foods for your condition and thus keep them in check.

If you have high blood cholesterol, you may need to pay more attention to what you eat. In fact, some foods can lead to a rise in levels of bad cholesterol in the blood, while others do not.

  • Foods with a lot of sugar

Eating too much sugar will increase triglycerides and cholesterol levels in your blood. Eating less sugar consumption is a good way to control cholesterol. You should choose foods that do not contain sugar or are low in sugar. In addition, avoiding alcohol consumption also helps reduce high blood fat levels.

  • Margarine

Most margarine contains trans fats that are harmful to health. These fats can increase levels of LDL (bad cholesterol) in the body while reducing HDL (good cholesterol). Therefore, it is best to replace margarine with olive oil or avocado oil because they are rich in nutrients and healthy substances for your body.

  • Fast food

Today, fast food is becoming more and more popular because it can be cooked quickly and conveniently but its nutritional content is very low. Fast food contains a lot of sugar, salt and saturated fat which can cause obesity, hypertension and diabetes. Therefore, you should avoid fast food as much as possible to maintain a healthy body.

Anna Daniels

Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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