If you are trying to take down your LDL Those next 5 Changes are your next steps.
Here is a short summary:
- 1,2 – Changing your diet (This video presentation will tell you exactly how)
- 3 – Walk every day (If you can’t walk try to swim)
- 4 Lose some weight (overweight people)
- 5 Focus on the right measures
1. Eat Salmon (at least) Twice A Week
Salmon is one of the riches of omega 3 fish on earth. Its is also has a great taste. Research shows that omega 3 fats can reduce “bad” LDL cholesterol and decrease the risk of heart disease.
So start eating salmon at least twice a week.
2. Reduce Your Alchohol Consumption & Keep Your Liver Healthy
Your liver has an extremely important role in your cholesterol & fats metabolism process.
So how do I keep it healthy? For a start, try to reduce your alcohol consumption and try to avoid high fructose corn syrup.
3. Walk Every Day At Least 6,000 Steps
Exercise is one of the main keys to good health. It doesn’t mean that you should start running a marathon, but a short walk every day can be extremely beneficial for your health. It may also decrease your LDL level as well.
Just start gradually.
4. Lose Some Weight (Overweight People)
Being overweight is in itself a risk factor for heart disease. It may also increase your LDL level.
5. Focus On Reducing The Oxidized LDL
Oxidized LDL seems to be much riskier than your overall cholesterol. So can you “take it down”? The next presentation is talking just about that: