Saturday, November 26, 2011

You Can Lower Cholesterol With Diet Changes

By Warren Tattersall

When it comes to cholesterol lowering, there are some important facts that you should learn about. Many people are ignorant of these facts but they are very important and should be taken very seriously. For example, when you eat, don't do too much of fats and carbohydrates because they contain some forms of cholesterol. I speak to people who are working to lower their cholesterol levels. Instead, I urge that you try fiber foods and a lot of water. These should help cleanse your system well enough.

Vitamin D inside of you needs the cholesterol too, so don't be selfish do away with it - hey, you'd kill yourself. Rid yourself instead of LDL, bad cholesterol, and live happily ever after, with your physician close by of course. This means that you should always talk to your physician to learn more about how to do things right, when it comes to your health.

Chemically cholesterol is complex, so I'm not going to try to break it down to you. Know only that it does not dissolve so you cannot let it accumulate in your blood. How you are going to achieve that that is up to your doctor. So listen to him or her more than what you read. What you read should act as guide, but always confirm with your doctors before you take certain critical steps.

We used to hunt deer and lions and eagles. Then one day we found that even though they hurt us, we can't kill them all off because we depend on them a bit too. Cholesterol is very much like that, so we cannot just kill it off. However, we need to get it to that point where it is subjected to us so that we are in control, not it.

You can tell a man by the kinds of foods he eats, and how he cares for himself afterward. The kind of man who doesn't give a hoot what he shoves in, and who does not exercise in any way, is a kind of man who's going to be dead sooner than later. Remember that, and don't let that be your story.

When thinking of lowering your cholesterol, it's important for you to know this. You don't want to have to deal with gastrointestinal problems now, do you? Then don't rush the cholesterol program. The doctor has told you what you need to do to get your cholesterol levels down, so do it; but do it slow.

If you are looking for a way to lower your cholesterol, why don't you try a detox diet? With the change, you certainly will reduce how much calories you carry on the inside of you, which could have caused you all kinds of illnesses. It is at least worth a try. Many people who used detox diets have very good things to say about it. Perhaps it might work very well for you too, if you give it a try.

I know of people who did a sudden u-turn on their diets and ended up with flatulence and diarrhea. Duh! What were they thinking? Rome certainly wasn't built in a day, so if they are going to lower the cholesterol, it will have to take some time, and not overnight. But the good news is that it can be done and will eventually happen if you get it done.

You know you don't want to be a liability on anybody; but that's just what you are going to be the next time you let yourself get a stroke. It's the cholesterol; you've got to get rid of it. It's all that sweet junk that you've been eating - it's slowly killing you. You must lay them off and get to eating things more healthy. How's carrots for a try? Think you can hold it down?

Without the vegetables and the fruit, you'd be deceiving yourself thinking you are doing away with the cholesterol in your system. All you'd be achieving was self-starvation. Now I don't think you want to be telling a story like that. So, why don't you go grocery shopping and buy a few of those roughages?

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