Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Cholesterol is Not Only Seen Through The Physical Body

Cholesterol is Not Only Seen Through The Physical Body
Most people think that obese people have higher cholesterol levels than those who have a thinner body. Conversely, a thin body certainly indicates a person avoid a disease of cholesterol.

This assumption is not entirely true, even false. Because in fact, cholesterol levels are influenced by various factors, including what is consumed, how quickly your body to produce and dispose of the bad LDL cholesterol, also influenced the level of health and eating habits.

Only by avoiding organ meats, milk, meat and cheese in your diet list, does not mean that cholesterol levels will be normal. In fact, 80% of blood cholesterol is produced by endogenous or from within the body itself.

When the metabolism of the body had deteriorated, it takes medication to control cholesterol levels continuously aka the long term. Besides that, need for good lifestyle modification through diet and exercise.

Although hypercholesterolemia or cholesterol overload disease is a disease that arises without significant symptoms, the examination of cholesterol remains to be done. Do not ignore your health condition. Make sure you routinely check the cholesterol levels, including LDL cholesterol (bad) cholesterol, HDL (good) and triglycerides.

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